Christian Atsu foundation to be launched soon – Twin sister hints
The twin sister of the late international footballer Christian Atsu has given hints of establishing a foundation in honour of her brother.
According to Christiana Atsupi Twasam, the foundation will take over and continue all the social work which was done by the late brother like care for orphanages, care for prisoners and football talent discovery.
Ms Twasam gave this hint when she paid a working visit to the Becky’s Foundation at Senya Breku in the Central Region on Wednesday, March 22, 2023, to thank the management of the orphanage for their support during the funeral of her late brother.
She said the purpose of her visit was to show her appreciation to the inmates of the foundation for the love they showed to her family, “and to chart the way forward for the continuous support of the activities of the foundation.”
The United Kingdom-based nurse said even though she has not been a social media person all this while, she is now compelled to be visible on social media to be able to continue from where her brother left off.
She pledged to continue to support the activities of the foundation with the establishment of a new foundation in honour of her late brother
Source: Classfmonline.com/cecil Mensah
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