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‘Alhaji Me I Don’t Like That Ooh, Keep It Private’ – Atsu’s Warning to Saddick Adams, Journalists About Charity Works



Saddick Adams, a sports journalist from Ghana, has talked about his final encounter with Christian Atsu, a late former winger for Newcastle United and Chelsea.

In the aftermath of the earthquake that struck sections of Turkey and Syria on February 17, 2022, Christian Atsu was discovered dead on the morning of February 18 at the location of his wrecked flat. He had been there for 12 days.

Many others have come forward to share the player’s good actions as a result of the player’s demise.

The 2022 SWAG Journalist of the Year, also known as Sports Obama, revealed that the player Christian Atsu had instructed them not to make any of his charitable endeavors public, which is why they rarely publicized them.

“People are asking why we didn’t talk about his charity works when he was alive. We would have loved to talk about it but when you do, he will text you and say, Alhaji me I don’t like that ohh. Lets keep it private.”

“What people are saying about him are nothing but the truth, just that he wanted them to be private. The last time he left Ghana, I saw him briefly a day before at the airport and I was supposed to see him the day he was leaving on the 22nd of July 2022 but I forgot I had a meeting with him,” Saddick Adams in an interview monitored by Pak MediaGh.

Christian Atsu participated in four African Cup of Nations competitions in addition to the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil. From 2012 until 2019, he played 65 times and scored 9 goals with the Black Stars.

Watch the video below to see Saddick Adams pay tribute to Christian Atsu.


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