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Ghanaian Sports Journalist Shares Updates On Christian Atsu, must read

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Ghanaian Sports Journalist Shares Updates On Christian Atsu, must read

Ghanaian sports journalist, Saddick Adams has shared on his social media pages, the current updates on Christian Atsu.

A new update trickling in reveals that four people Christian Atsu was with on the night of the disaster have been found alive as all efforts are being made to rescue the rest. According to renowned Ghanaian sports journalist, Saddick Adams.
“I’m told Christian Atsu was on the 9th floor of the collapsed building with 9 other players and 2 officials. 3 players and one official have been rescued. Officials of the club are at the site as search continues. Our brother will be out safe. Insha Allah. Trust ,” Saddick Adams posted

According to the Mirror, the former Premier League player is among people who have been trapped under rubble in Turkey, following a massive 7.7 magnitude earthquake.
The report indicated that there are currently rescue operations underway to find Christian Atsu.
Atsu formerly played for Chelsea and Newcastle.
He currently plays for the Super Lig club Hataysport
According to a report by a Turkish journalist, Yağız Sabuncuoğlu, which was sighted by Ghanaeducation Sports, the Hatayspor player and his club director Taner Savut have been left under the rubble after the earthquake in Türkiye.
The report added that a search team has been dispatched to look for the two individuals who are currently missing.
The earthquake, the second-largest in the last century anywhere in the world, has already been reported to have claimed more than 1900 lives both in Turkey and neighbouring Syria, CNN reports.





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