Christian Atsu’s body will arrive in Accra on Sunday night from Istanbul

 According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration, Christian Atsu Twasam, a Ghanaian international football player, would have his mortal remains sent to Accra on Sunday night.

A picture of Christian Atsu
RIP Christian Atsu

This runs counter to several media accounts that claimed there was no representative at the airport to receive the remains when they arrived on Saturday night.
The government was making preparations to receive the mortal remains of the late Christian Atsu, a former Black Stars player, according to a statement released by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration on Sunday morning.
It stated that the remains would travel on a Turkish Airlines flight and would land in Accra at 7:40 p.m. on Sunday, February 19, 2023, together with his family and Ghana’s ambassador to Turkey.
“The family, the Ghana Football Association (GFA), and the Government will receive the remains at the Kotoka International Airport upon its arrival from Istanbul, Türkiye,” it continued.

We pray for Christian Atsu’s soul to rest in peace forever and send our condolences to his family.
After the catastrophic earthquake that struck Türkiye on Saturday morning, Christian Atsu’s lifeless body was discovered beneath the debris.
Christian Atsu, a forward for the Black Stars and a former player for Chelsea and Newcastle United, was discovered dead on Saturday after going missing for several days following the earthquakes in Turkey.
One of the top players from the Chelsea academy before moving to Turkey was Atsu, who played for Hatayspor before tragically passing away.
The 31-year-old was residing in a Hatay city apartment that sustained significant damage as a result of the earthquake.
The manager of Christian Atsu, Nana Sechere, who had traveled to Turkey and was sending updates throughout the week to confirm the body had been discovered, tweeted:
The news that Christian Atsu’s body was regrettably found this morning must be announced to all well-wishers with the hardest of hearts.
My sincere sympathies are extended to his family and close friends. I would want to use this chance to express my gratitude for everyone’s prayers and support.
“I beg that everyone would kindly respect the privacy of the family during this very difficult time while we make the required arrangements.”
The body of Christian Atsu was found there on Saturday morning, according to the Ghanaian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Regional Integration. His twin sister and older brother were also there.
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