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Grace Ashy wishes Atsu’s death was a dream

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Grace Ashy, a gospel singer, has admitted that she wished Christian Atsu’s passing had not been real but a dream.

Christian Atsu died in the terrible earthquake that hit Turkey in February, and it took 12 days for rescuers to find his lifeless body.

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Hundreds of Ghanaians attended the state funeral for the former Black Stars footballer to show their admiration for him.

Grace Ashy, one of the Black Stars song composers, revealed to the media that attending Atsu’s burial helped her accept his passing.

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“I wished it was a dream but now that I am standing here I realize it wasn’t but it is real. I didn’t believe it but today I am witnessing it myself and it tells me that Atsu is really gone,” she said.

According to her, Atsu lived a life worth emulating by being a philanthropist who had a good heart for giving out to the less privileged in society.

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“He has left a legacy for this nation. Apart from he being a footballer he had a call of giving to people. He was sympathizing with people. He never sat on his money, whatever he toiled to get he gave it out to help people in need,” Grace Ashy stated.


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