The Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) will reward national team captain, Ahmed Musa, with the sum of N10million for winning his 100th cap.
Musa reached the milestone after starting in the Super Eagles‘ 2-1 win over Cape Verde in a World Cup qualifier on Tuesday.
NFF president, Amaju Pinnick, confirmed the 28-year-old will be recognised for the feat.
According to Pinnick, this will also become the new tradition moving forward.
He said: “The NFF will give Ahmed Musa N10 million for reaching the 100 caps.
“We will sustain this gesture and honour our players that hit 100 games henceforth.”
Musa made his debut for Nigeria at the age of 17 in August 2010.
He came on to replace John Mikel Obi in an Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Madagascar.
Musa becomes the third player to reach 100 caps for Nigeria after Joseph Yobo and Vincent Enyeama.
Former Miss Nigeria, Helen Prest-Ajayi, has been granted access to 50 percent of the net assets of her late husband, Dr Tosin Ajayi, after a recent Federal High Court ruling in Lagos.
Justice Tijjani Ringim gave the ruling in a suit by Miss Tomisin Ajayi and Mrs. Helen Prest Ajayi as 1st and 2nd Applicants, filed through their counsel Mr Abiodun Jellili Owonikoko (SAN).
The 1st to 4th Respondents/Applicants in the suit are First Foundation Medical Engineering Company Ltd, Registrar-General of the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC); Mrs. Oluwayemisi Ajayi, and Mr Patrick Abak, a lawyer.
First Foundation Medical Engineering Company was owned and registered by the late Dr...