Man who discovered Abedi Pele pleads for help after going blind

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The man who discovered three times African best player of the year, Abedi Pele, Musa Sani, has made a passionate appeal to Abedi to come to his aid. Musa Sani has gone blind and needs to undergo surgery on his left eye.

Musa Sani who is purported to be the owner of colts side Falcos in the early 60s is credited for discovering Abedi Pele where he played for Falcos for four years before he left for Real Tamale United in the late 70s.

He has helped in nurturing numerous talents, including the likes of Nii Odartey Lamptey, Stephen Tetteh, Eric Gawu, Abu Imoro and many others.

Musa Sani, now blind needs GHC24,000 to undergo surgery, he was featured on Untold Stories on Extra Time on Starr FM. He pleaded on the Ghana legend to come to his rescue.

“I beg him [Abedi Pele] to consider me, he should help me so I see say me too he’s helped me,” Musa said.

“If not for anything at least my eye he should help me do the needed surgery I will thank God for that,” he added.

Musa Sani is not to be confused with Herbert Adika who was recently introduced on GTV Sports plus as the man who discovered Abedi Pele.

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  1. Nii Odartey Lamptey, Stephen Tetteh, Eric Gawu, Abu Imoro dems too dey oo or? So why Only Abedi? Or the rest die?🤔🤔

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