The Executive Director of Crime Check Foundation (CCF) Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng has visited the family house of late Black Stars player Christian Atsu to commiserate with the family members.
Several Ghanaian players and other prominent individuals have been visiting the family of the fallen footballer since his eternal departure.
Atsu died in the Turkey earthquake that took the lives of more than 46,000 people.
In a Facebook post of a photo of him in front of the late Atsu’s family house, Mr. Kwarteng, who had a close relationship with the player, looked noticeably sad when he posed close to a big poster which had Atsu’s photo.
On the Facebook handle of Crime Check TV GH, Mr. Kwarteng was enveloped in emotions as he prayed to God to grant his friend a peaceful rest.
He announced the venue for the one-week celebration of the footballer.
He captioned the picture ‘Mourning a dear brother and great philanthropist. One-week celebration is Saturday 4th March at East Legon Adjiringanor Park. May the Almighty Allah grant him Jannat ul Firdaus.
Reacting to the post some netizens sympathized with him and the family and urged them to be strong in their difficult moments.
Atsu, the 2015 AFCON player of the tournament died when he was trapped under debris after a deadly earthquake hit Turkey.
His mortal remains arrived in Ghana on Sunday, February 19, 2023.
It was received by the family and a government delegation led by Vice President Dr. Mahamadu Bawumia in a brief ceremony.
Tributes, since the announcement of his death, have been pouring in from all walks of life in solidarity with his family.
March 4 2023 has been set for his one-week observation.
The late player’s burial is slated for March 17, 2023.
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