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Ex-Convict Saved By Christian Atsu Storms His One-Week Observation To Share Story

Ex-Convict Saved By Christian Atsu
Ex-Convict Saved By Christian Atsu

The late Christian Atsu was found dead on the 18th of February, 2023 under a rumble in Turkey.

He is survived by his author wife Marie-Claire Rupio with whom he had two sons and a daughter together.

Christian Atsu is characterized by The Guardian obituary writer known as Louise Taylor as “a true Christian in every sense of the word”.

Atsu was enthusiastic about charity work, serving as an ambassador for Arms Around the Child, an organization supporting less fortunate children; he also paid millions of pounds of bail money to free Ghanaians who had been jailed for petty crimes.

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One of the inmates he saved showed up at his One Week Celebration in tears to share how Atsu saved him after just spending two months behind bars.

The ex-convict known as Stephen Appiah was in deep pain, sobbing as he shares his story with sympathizers at the observation.

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