Ibrahim Sani Daara, a former GFA spokesperson, has discussed how Christian Atsu, a member of the Black Stars, changed people’s lives off the field.
Christian Atsu texted Sani Daara weeks prior to the tragic earthquake to express his desire to end his career in Turkey, according to Sani Daara, who is currently in the Ivory Coast on Confederation of African Football (CAF) and West African Football Union (WAFU) business. Christian Atsu is currently playing for the Turkish national team.
He messaged me that he would have rather not played in Turkey any more,” the previous GFA Representative said on TV3’s morning Live on Saturday, February 18.
He said the departed footballer had communicated interest to move to the Unified Middle Easterner Emirates (UAE) to carry out his specialty.
On the lives Atsu contacted, Sani Daara described how the previous Dark Stars paid for the whole merchandise being sold by a young lady in Cape Coast, where the senior men’s soccer group had set up a campsite in front of an authority game.
He said Christian Atsu requested the aggregate sum and paid for it, requesting that the young lady give the cash to her mom to get her covered into school.
Atsu’s human remaining parts were recuperated on Saturday morning under the rubble of the 7.8-size seismic tremor that shook Turkey and Syria on Monday, February 6.
More than 41,000 lives have been lost with many harmed. A couple of survivors have been protected however trusts subside near a fortnight after the debacle.
Atsu had scored for Hatayspor Kulubu, their main objective in that game, the day preceding the everything went south.
He finished paperwork for the Turkish Super Lig side in September keep going year on an underlying one-year agreement, showing up.
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He endorsed from Saudi side Al-Raed, having carried out his specialty in Portugal, Britain, Holland and Spain.
His body is expected in Ghana soon for entombment.