Ahmed Musa’s recent Christmas Day post, where the Super Eagles captain celebrated his wife, Juliet, has sparked mixed reactions from his followers.
The Turkish-based Sivasspor forward shared a Christmas message, complemented by a picture of his wife adorned in festive colors.
Alongside his greetings, Musa conveyed well wishes for his followers, expressing prayers for genuine joy and peace. However, this gesture didn’t sit well with certain fans.
Reportedly, some supporters, likely adherents of the Muslim faith, criticized the striker for his apparent ‘ideology’ regarding Christmas, as highlighted in Complete Sports.
May Allah give you the ability to convert your wife to Islam.
“I’m a Christian, and I celebrate Allah, and I also have a Muslim family that celebrates Jesus when we celebrate.
“So those people antagonising Musa, you all need to learn your Quran very well.”
“Senior man it is totally haram to wishes [wish] Christmas or to join celebrate it.”
A fan added:
“But you have no knowledge about what you said because you heard Christians call a person ‘assistant Jesus’ and you associate the word with Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala.
“You should know that God has no helper or assistant.”