Christian Atsu helps a freed prisoner to set up his own business

Christian Atsu helps a freed prisoner to set up his own business

Black Stars midfielder Christian Atsu has warmed the hearts of many after helping a freed prisoner, Amo Mensah, to set up his own business.

The Newcastle star man in collaboration with Crime Check Foundation have helped the said prisoner to start a business of his own.

In a post sighted by, the Manager of Crime Check Foundation, Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng, took to his Facebook page to confirm the news.

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He intimated that some people end up in jail because of lack of job opportunities.

Kwarteng also stressed that his outfit and Atsu have collaborated to help ex-convicts.

According to Kwarteng, the freed prisoner has been given five sacks of belts to sell for a living.

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The former Chelsea man donated a sum of £7,000 to support this course

He was also in the news for paying for the release of a 62-year-old woman and her daughter who were imprisoned for stealing corn.

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