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Super Eagles player, Ahmed Musa welcomes fourth child with wife

Al Nassr and Super Eagles footballer, Ahmed Musa has welcomed his fourth child with his wife, Julie Ejue today. He announced the arrival of his baby boy in a recent post on Instagram. 


Taking to his photo-sharing application, Instagram, Ahmed Musa penned a heart warming message to his wife, Juliet Ejue on the arrival of their baby boy. 

The newborn is Ahmed's fourth child while it's Juliet's second child. Ahmed had two kids in his previous marriage. 

"Life is indeed a gift and Allah has decided to give us a gift that can't be bought with money. He decided to bless my family this morning with a bouncing baby boy. 
Mother, baby are doing well. Thank you for your prayers and support always," he wrote. 

On the 1st of July 2020, Ahmed Musa took to his Instagram page to celebrate his third wedding anniversary with his wife, Julie Ejue. 

On the 1st of July, 2017, the couple got married at Abuja Municipal Area Council. In 2018, the couple welcomed a baby boy - Ahmed's third child and Juliet's first child. 

In the spirit of celebrating his third wedding anniversary with his wife, he wrote: "To say I'm blessed to have you in my life is an understatement. You have been the source of my strength and the one who keeps me going especially when I have no clue sometimes. You are a dream come true and I won't change you for anything in the world. Here's to celebrating eternity with you. Thanks for all you do. Happy Anniversary Wifey."

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