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Arsenal signs 9-year-old kid from Zaria, Kaduna State into its youth Academy

Popular English Premier League club, Arsenal, have signed Munir Muhammad Sada, a nine-year-old Nigerian kid into the clubs Academy.

Munir’s father hails from Kaduna State while his mother is from Katsina State, Northwest Nigeria.

Abdallah Yunus Abdallah whose Facebook profile reads ‘Information Officer, Department of Public Affairs, Government House, Kaduna,’ says that Munir is an indigene of Zaria.

Abdallah’s post read: “Arsenal FC have signed a 9 year old Nigerian. Munnir Muhammed Sada an indigene of Zaria LG of Kaduna State is expected to be playing for the youth soccer team of Arsenal FC.”

Munnir joined the Arsenal kid’s Academy as he signed the contract in the presence of his parents and manager in England.

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