Ex Ghanaian footballer Christian Atsu’s death broke the hearts of Ghanaians, home and abroad. The former Chelsea winger met his unfortunate death after he was trapped for days under building rubbles following an earthquake that hit his apartment in Turkey.
Before his death, Christian Atsu’s philanthropic activities preceded his name, and he has added another to his name posthumously.
Atsu started the building project before his death but could not live to see it in its completed magnificence.
The orphanage school has been completed with the support of Chelsea, Everton, Newcastle United, and other charity organisations, including Arms Around The Child.
Ellie Milner, Global Director of Arms Around The Child, shared a few words during the commissioning of the Christian Atsu Educational Centre in Senya Beraku in the Central Region on Wednesday, June 29, 2023.
He really wanted the school to finish. He was keen to have everything finished by June so that he could bring some of his friends to celebrate and witness the amazing work he had done in starting the project.”
Christian Atsu’s school has been completed and handed over. This feels so so good ❤️ pic.twitter.com/e5hMsxV2jK
— Fentuo Tahiru Fentuo (@Fentuo_) June 28, 2023
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