See Christian Atsu’s last promise to his school, T.I. AMASS before he died

Almost a week before the earthquake that killed him in Turkey, late Ghanaian player Christian Atsu promised his alma mater (Potsin T.I. AMASS) that he would finish all current initiatives at the school.

This was concluded by the school’s headmaster at the reading of the tribute at the State House Forecourt burial and funeral ceremonies.

“It is important to divulge that the late had Potsin T.I. AMASS at heart; only a week previous to quitting this stage, had he delivered a voice mail guaranteeing he would fund a number of undertakings continuing in the school if God enables. “Unfortunately, the prominent benefactor and source of humility were unable to survive his desire for his Alma mater,” he stated.

Atsu was honored by the school and recognized for his altruistic services to the institution.

Christian Atsu died in February when his dead corpse was retrieved from the wreckage of his fallen residence in Hatay after the February 6, 2023 earthquake that rocked Turkey.

Throughout his 7-year international career, he participated in the World Cup and helped Ghana finish second in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, where he was named best player of the tournament.

In 65 games, he scored 10 goals.

See Christian Atsu's last promise to his school, T.I. AMASS before he died


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