The Ada Traditional Council has touted the late Christian Atsu, former Black Star player, as a talented footballer who will forever be celebrated for his contribution to the social well-being of Ada communities.
Nene Agudey Obitchere III, Mankralo, Ada Traditional Council, speaking to the GNA in Ada, said the late Christian Atsu met with some members of the community on an annual basis to hold developmental discussions.
He added that the Twasamkope community, especially received lots of support from him and that he even had plans to complete some of the unfinished projects within the community.
He explained that some schools and health facilities were to be revamped to improve the living standards of the people, as well as plans to build a football academy in Ada.
Nene Obitchere III added that the people of Dorgobom annually received support in the form of provisions – rice, oil, and other financial support.
He comes from two communities, Dorgobom and Twasamkope, Twasam is their family name, and Kope is their village, and they receive a lot of support from him, especially around the end of the year”.