Popular Nigerian comedian Emmanuel Iwueke known otherwise as Craze Crown has recounted how Christian Atsu has been very instrumental in his life for the last few years to date.

The content creator revealed that Christian Atsu has been supporting him since 2015. He said the late football star reached out to him and offered to take care of his fees until he completed and that was after the comedian had lost his Dad.

In a tribute posted on Twitter, the comedian expressed his gratitude for Atsu’s friendship and support and said he would deeply miss him.

“When I lost my dad, he l reached out and offered to pay my fees till I graduated and he did. You’ve been a great friend of mine, Chris, and I will surely miss you. I really can’t hold back the tears. Rest well brother.”


This is just one of the life-changing ambassadorial activities the late star had done in society as he also;

paid the fines of 53 poor people, who were in prison for petty crimes in Ghana in 2018, and gave them money to start a business.

He upgraded the football pitch in Awutu Prison Camp and donated dozens of football boots to young talents in Ghana

He donated to schools and hundreds of items to an orphanage in Senya Berekum and paid fees for people all over Africa

In the aftermath of the devastating earthquake that struck Turkey on February 6, Atsu was discovered dead beneath the rubble.

He played for clubs from Europe, including Chelsea, FC Porto, Newcastle United, Everton, and Bournemouth.

Atsu joined Hatayaspor in September of last year, and on Sunday, February 5, just hours before the disaster that killed over 45,000 people, he scored his first goal for the team.



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