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Atsu’s Last Bonding Moment With His Lovely Kids(video)



If the praises and eulogies from those who had contact with Christian Atsu are any indication, he was a truly likeable person who was grounded and down to earth.

The tributes have been heartfelt, focusing more on the nice man than the gifted footballer he was.

He was referred to as “one of the best humans in the game” by a British journalist who covers Newcastle.

Atsu would have wanted to have instilled in his children these ideals and virtues as they grew up, but as fate would have it, Atsu will not be around to guide the lives of the three children in a manner comparable to his.

If love is measured by social media posts, Atsu adored his children and had wonderful experiences with them.

Christian Atsu gave his social media fans a glimpse into his wonderful connection with his wife and kids through Christmas family photos and sporadic posts of good times with his kids.

In his most recent family-related social media post, he is shown engaging in a lighthearted karate practice with two of his three children.

Christian Atsu was identified as dead after twelve days of search and rescue operations, and it is believed that his body was found under the ruins of a building in Hatayar, Turkey.

His agent, Nana Sechere, who has been in Turkey for a while, confirmed Christian Atsu’s demise.

“It is with the heaviest of hearts that I have to announce to all well-wishers that sadly Christian Atsu’s body was recovered this morning My deepest condolences go to his family and loved ones. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their prayers and support.

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“I ask that whilst we make the necessary arrangements, that everyone would please respect the privacy of the family during this very difficult time,” he tweeted.

Shortly after, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced plans to fly the remains of Christian Atsu to Ghana.

“The Embassy is currently making the necessary arrangements with the assistance of the Government of Türkiye to have the body transported to Ghana for burial. The public will be updated on further developments.”

With 60 appearances for Ghana, Christian Atsu scored 10 goals. He was a player for FC Porto, Malaga, Newcastle, Bournemouth and Chelsea.