- Abraham Twasam, the elder brother of the Christian Atsu, has replied to claims made by Nana Agradaa that the late football star was involved in black magic
- In an interview, Twasam rejected the claim and urged Nana Agradaa to be respectful in her utterances about Atsu
- He also added that the self-styled evangelist was ignorant about his family and about his deceased brother
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Abraham Twasam, the elder brother of former Black Stars player Christian Atsu, has replied to claims made by a self-styled evangelist, Nana Agradaa, that the late football star was into ‘black magic’ (Juju) while he was alive.
After news of Atsu's death hit social media, Nana Agradaa claimed that God did not save him from the rubble after the tragic earthquake in Turkey because he was unrighteous.
However, in a reaction on Dan Kwaku Yeboah TV, Twasam rejected the accusation that his brother was involved in black magic.
He condemned Nana Agraada, describing her as a grown woman who ought to know better.
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"She does not know us. She does not know our family," he stated in the interview.
Sharing some fond memories about Atsu, Abraham Twasam hinted that his brother left home for Portugal at a young age of 14.
He added that Atsu was nurtured like a white man while in Portugal, and there was no way he would have practised black magic.
“It’s because this has happened, and everyone says what they like. So, she (Nana Agradaa) also feels that she can share her thoughts. We don’t have anything to tell her (Nana Agradaa). It is God who sees and knows the heart of men,” he said.
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YEN.com.gh, in a related story, reported that actress Lydia Forson visited the family of Christian Atsu to commiserate with them.
Videos show how sad she was as she tried to hold back her tears when she saw Atsu's twin sister, Christiana Atsupie Twasam, crying heavily in her seat.
The video has got many people in a sad mood as they sympathise with them.
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