Ghana’s most decorated player, Asamoah ‘Babyjet’ Gyan has joined a league of other footballers to sign the Book of Condolence opened in memory of late Christian Atsu Twasam.
The former Captain of the Black Stars together with former teammates Sulley Ali Muntari, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu and Haminu Dramani visited the Twasam family to commiserate with them Tuesday morning.
Whilst mourning their late colleague and brother, they used the opportunity to sign the book of condolence opened in honour of the ex Ghana international who was crowned Player of the Tournament at the 2015 African Cup of Nations.
He also consoled Atsu’s twin sister, Christiana Atsupie Twasam in the process.
I was at the house of our brother Christian Atsu, to commiserate with them. Rest in the bosom of the lord my brother . pic.twitter.com/egldhjmpfu
— ASAMOAH GYAN (@ASAMOAH_GYAN3) February 21, 2023
Atsu was playing for Turkish side Hatayspor before he was trapped under the rubble of his apartment following an earthquake that occurred in northern Syria and southern Turkey claiming over 40,000 lives.
He was found dead after almost two weeks of missing under the rubble, and brought home on Sunday, February 19, 2021 where the family and some state officials received his remains.
Exactly two weeks after the incident, another earthquake struck Turkey with casualties yet to be known.
By Felix Anim-Appau|Onuaonline.com