A group thought to be from Ada, the hometown of the late Ghanaian footballer Christian Atsu, put on a vibrant cultural presentation.
The group, which consisted of roughly twelve people and carried a variety of things, entered the funeral grounds dancing, showcasing their rich cultural heritage.
Following the rituals at the State House’s forecourt, Christian Atsu will be buried in Dogome, which is part of the Greater Accra Region.
Following an earthquake that rocked Turkey on February 6, 2023, Christian Atsu passed away in February when his lifeless body was discovered in the ruins of his collapsed flat in Hatay.
The former Ghanaian International in his 7 years international career played at the World Cup and help Ghana finish second in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations, in which he won the best player of the tournament.
He scored 10 goals in 65 appearances.