Diversification is an economic principle being enshrined in Nigeria and it appears Ahmed Musa is already thinking of life after football.

After helping Nigeria secure a 2018 FIFA World Cup ticket, Super Eagles winger, Musa launched his own petrol station called Myca-7 International, in Kano.

Musa was an unused substitute as the Super Eagles beat Zambia 1-0 to reach Russia 2018 on Saturday.

The Leicester City forward shared photos of his new business interest on Instagram.

The petrol station is the player's new portfolio in town after Musa, who will clock 25 on Saturday, October 14, opened a fitness and recreational centre in the same city.

Reports suggest he is also into real estate development.

Since joining Leicester City in 2016, Musa has made 18 appearances, scoring two goals.

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