World Cup-winning Golden Eaglets stars Musa Muhammed and Zaharadeen Bello have again cried out that they are yet to receive the houses promised them by the Kano State Governor Rabiu Musa Kwankwaso a year ago.
Musa Muhammed, who led the Eaglets to win the 2013 FIFA U17 World Cup in the UAE, was promised a house along with fellow Kano State indigene Bello by Kwankwaso but a year later they are yet to even get an allocation of the houses.
“We were informed that our houses are at Amana Estate, but I have made countless visits to the Kano State Investment and Properties Limited and what they are still telling me is that they are yet to allocate houses there,” said a frustrated Muhammed.
“I have met with the managing director of the investment company and have been in constant touch with Dauda Sheshe, the principal manager PID of the company.
But still no hope in sight.
“We can’t reach the Governor to alert him of our situation, we don’t even know what to do now.”
It was reliably gathered that a Chinese group who bought hundreds of units at the Amana Estate has since been allocated their houses.