Christian Atsu: Past Chelsea Defender, Gary Cahill Joins Calls To Finish School Building In Honor Of Late Star
- Former Chelsea defender, Gary Cahill, has joined calls to raise funds for the building of a school in Ghana
- The school is a project that is meant to be completed in honour of the late Newcastle, Chelsea and Ghanaian star Christian Atsu
- Gary Cahill made a post on Instagram with a link for his followers to click and make their contributions to the cause
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Gary Cahill, a former Chelsea defender, has joined a fundraising effort started by his club to finish a school project Christian Atsu was working on before his tragic death.
In a social media story quoted by Ghanaweb, the England defender offered one of his jerseys for auction, encouraging followers to support the cause.
Christian Atsu was building a school in Ghana when he passed away, and Chelsea declared that the jerseys worn by their players during their match against Everton would be auctioned to collect money for the completion of Atsu's dream school project.
As YEN.com.gh reported in an official announcement on their social media pages, Chelsea noted that they have partnered with Match Worn Shirt to auction jerseys and boots worn by their players.
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On his Instagram story, Gary Cahill posted:
"Use the link below to bid on a signed Chelsea shirt to help raise funds to finish a Christian Atsu school building in Ghana”.
Netizens to Newcastle fans planning to build school in memory of Atsu told not to use Ghanaian contractors
Meanwhile, in order to finish the project started by the late winger Christian Atsu which sought to build a new school in Ghana, Newcastle fans have started a fundraising campaign in his honour.
Atsu was assisting in the ongoing construction of the new school as a representative of the charitable organisation, Arms Around the Child.
Instead of hiring a Ghanaian for the project, some Ghanaians have recommended that the group enter the country and complete the school themselves.
The screenshot of a comment posted under an update by Adomonline.com showed a Facebook user called Lambert Amawan's words.
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