“He is going to honour all our home matches and if there is an available flight in the state when we have an away game, then he is going to attend.
“He did not say that he’s totally going to be unavailable for our games on the road, but he is going to attend those matches by flight, but for the games that are close by, like a game at Katsina or Bauchi, he is ready to go.
“But we need to provide good facilities for him.
The forward was without a club for about six months after leaving Al Nassr before returning to Kano Pillars and revealed the reasons behind his move to the NPFL side.
“Anything that improves the image of Nigerian football is something that I strive to embark on and Kano Pillars holds a special place in my heart,” Musa said.
“It’s the team that helped me become the professional footballer I am today, so this is more than just football but a very strong bond.”
Musa recently helped the Super Eagles qualify for the 2022 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon, with two games to spare.
The forward, who was close to sealing a move to Premier League side West Bromwich Albion in February, will hope to sort out his European future soon.