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Ghana footballer killed in Turkey earthquake buried

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Ghanaian footballer Christian Atsu, who died in last month’s earthquake in Turkey has been buried in his hometown of Ada, in the Southern part of the country.

A state funeral was held for him in the capital Accra, attended by the country’s president, Nana Akufo-Addo and other high profile personalities.

Hundreds of people filed past to pay their last respects to the late footballer who is fondly remembered for his humanitarian works.


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