The Ada Traditional Council has described the late former Black Star player, Christian Atsu, as a talented footballer who will always be celebrated for his contribution to the social welfare of Ada communities.
Nene Agude Obichere III of the Ada Traditional Council, speaking to the Ada Traditional Council Ghana News Agency in an interview in Ada, said the late Christian Atsu met some members of the community on a yearly basis to hold developmental discussions.
He added that the Tawasamkop community in particular received a lot of support from him and even had plans to complete some unfinished projects within the community.
He pointed out that some schools and health facilities were to be revamped to improve the standard of living of the people as well as plans to build a football academy in Ada.
Nene Obichere III said that the people of Dorgobom annually receive support in the form of provisions – rice, oil and other financial aid.
He comes from two communities which are Dorgobom and Twsamkop, Twsam is his family name and Koppe is his village and he gets a lot of support from them, especially around the end of the year.
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