Christian Atsu’s wife ‘trying to stay strong for the kids’

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Marie-Claire Rupio, Christian Atsu’s wife, has broken her silence following her husband’s death on Saturday. Rupio admitted in a short video posted on Tiktok that she wasn’t feeling well but was staying strong for three children. “Hey everyone, a lot of you are asking if I am okay now; I am not but I am trying. I am trying to be strong.” “I have three kids, they need me. I don’t want to talk, I don’t want to eat, I don’t want to sleep, don’t want to do anything. I just want to be there with him. “But life goes on even though it hurts. It hurts right here so much but I am trying and I will be strong for my kids. I miss him, I miss him so much,” she said. Atsu’s mortal remains arrived in his home country on Sunday evening, February 19, 2023, at around 7:30 pm local time. Atsu’s body was brought back to Ghana by a Turkish Airways flight, accompanied by his twin sister and the Ghana Ambassador to Turkey, Francisca Ashietey-Odunton. The casket was draped in the country’s national flag. Upon arrival at Kotoka International Airport, Atsu’s family, government officials, officials from the Ghana Football Association, and fans gathered to receive the body. The emotions of those present were palpable, and tears flowed freely as they mourned the loss of the talented footballer. Government has promised a proper burial for the footballer, who made 65 appearances and scored nine goals for the Black Stars. Source: 3news.com000
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