On March 17, Christian Atsu goes home.

 Christian Atsu, who passed away in a tragic earthquake in Turkey last month, will have his last rites on March 17, 2023, according to his family.

Saturday's one-week observation ceremony at the Adjringanor Astro Turf in Accra featured the announcement.

In order to make room for the preparations for the funeral, Atsu's remains were recently transported to Ghana. The family announced on Saturday that the funeral will take place on the forecourt of the State House in Accra following discussions with the government and the Ghana Football Association. Atsu's dignified burial had been promised by the government earlier.

Atsu, 31, made 65 appearances for the Black Stars and scored 19 goals.

Numerous dignitaries, including President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo and other prominent public figures, are anticipated to attend the final funeral rites. Paying tribute to the late footballer and his contributions to the sport will be a solemn occasion.

Many people in the football world were shocked when Atsu died, and his family, friends, and fans are deeply affected by his passing. It is anticipated that the funeral will be a fitting memorial to a talented player whose career had a significant impact.

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