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MI Abaga, Jesse Jagz pay a condolence visit to Ahmed Musa

MI Abaga, Jesse Jagz pay a condolence visit to Ahmed Musa
MI Abaga, Jesse Jagz pay a condolence visit to Ahmed Musa

MI Abaga, Jesse Jagz are the latest celebrities to be paying a condolence visit to the home of Ahmed Musa since the Super Eagles of Nigeria winger lost his mother a few days ago.

MI Abaga putting up the photo of their visit on his social media page, said himself and his brother Jesse Jagz who seems to have taken a long break from singing, were in Jos the Plateau State Capital to pay their respect to Ahmed Musa and his family.

MI in his post said:

“Landed Jos .. straight to pay our respects to the bro @ahmedmusa718 on the loss of his mum.. his big heart and love for people was evident throughout the evening and it was an absolute pleasure being hosted by this legend!!!!!! #JtownBoys #Respect#cbntour2019 #controltheeconomy #Football#Music”

Only a few days ago, Ahmed Musa who now plays his football in Saudi Arabia took to his social media page to announce to the world about the passing of his beloved mother after a brief illness.

The Russia 2018 world cup hero since the sad news, has been receiving visitors from around the country, and MI and his brother Jagz are paying their respect to the man who never fails to do Nigerians proud.

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