Ghanaian midfielder Christian Atsu has called on individuals and corporate bodies to help him build a school for an estimated 300 less privileged children at Senya Beraku.
The Newcastle United midfielder is doing this in conjunction with Arms Around The Child, which is a charity organization.
As an ambassador for Arms Around The Child, which operating in India, South Africa and Ghana, Atsu is determined to help the charity organization provides safe loving homes, protection, education and support to children living in extreme adversity.
Christian Atsu has dedicated himself for charity work in the country and this is one of the numerous arms giving works he has championed.
Christian Atu took to his Instagram page to share a video of him running a campaign to raise monies for the establishment of a school, expected to offer education to about three hundred underprivileged children at Senya Beraku in the central region of Ghana.
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Happy Birthday to me! 🎂 My birthday wish this year is for you all to help me build a school for the children of Senya Beraku in Ghana. Their school needs to be rebuilt, so @armsaroundthechild and I are trying to do this. Please help raise awareness and spread the word by reposting this video on your own instagram page! You can also help by donating at https://armsaroundthechild.charitycheckout.co.uk/ghanaschool – the link is in my bio above. 👊🏿
The 27-year-old is plying his trade in England with Premier League side, Newcastle United.
He has also been an integral member of the Black Stars since making his debut in 2012 against Lesotho.