Touching tributes and messages have poured in over the unexpected death of Black Stars winger Christian Atsu The international Ghanaian footballing star was one of the thousands of victims who died in the devastating earthquake that rocked Turkey and Syria on Monday, February 6 President Akufo-Addo, former president Mahama, Nana Aba Anamoah, and others have mourned after Atsu was confirmed dead on Saturday, February 18
Ghanaians have mourned the unexpected demise of Black Stars winger Christian Atsu after the footballer was confirmed dead on Saturday, February 18. The 31-year-old international footballing star was one of the thousands of casualties of the dreadful earthquake that struck Turkey and the northern parts of Syria on February 6.
The late Christian Atsu went missing for days after the earthquake but was confirmed dead on Saturday, with his remains discovered. His abrupt demise received an overwhelming outpour of tributes from loved ones worldwide.
Prominent politicians, footballers, entertainers, and media personalities took to social media to mourn the late footballer who dedicated his time to the needy when he was away from the field.
1. President Akufo-Addo extends his heartfelt condolences to the widow, children, and family of the late Ghanaian footballer Christian Atsu:
2. Former president Mahama mourns the late former Chelsea star:
- Former Black Stars captain Asamoah Gyan mourns late colleague footballer Christian Atsu: