Following the magnitude 7.8 earthquake which happened on Monday 6th February, bringing down thousands of buildings and claiming over 4,800 lives, some headway has been made in the search of Ghanaian footballer, Christian Atsu. Some Turkish and Syrian cities were affected and news of the disappearance of Christian Atsu spread fast, sending the footballing world into disarray.
The Vice President of Hatayspor, in his address to the media, has revealed that the Ghana international winger has been found alive after being buried under the rubble for several hours.
He revealed on Tuesday that while Atsu has been pulled out with some injuries, the sporting director of the club who was trapped along with him had still not been found.
While government aid agencies and rescue workers have been deployed to affected areas, efforts have been impeded by bad weather which is said to be in high expectancy within the region.
thoughts and prayers are with Atsu and his family and all affected families and
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