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Christian Atsu died prematurely, he wasn’t supposed to die in the earthquake- Majid Michel (WATCH)

 


Ghanaian evangelist, actor who is currently on break, and humanitarian, Majid Michel has added his voice to the ongoing concerns surrounding Christian Atsu’s death.

According to him, the statement “You don’t know what will happen tomorrow. God takes and God gives” is a lie, and it was Job’s statement which now we have made it a doctrine.

As firmly stated by Majid Michel, Atsu wasn’t destined to pass away as suggested by some men of God over the past few days.

He fumed that people should stop claiming that God took him away since God never takes back anything he gives us.

He continued by saying that in order for the kids to comprehend these things, they needed to be schooled and strengthened in prayer.

Watch the video below to know more…

The mortal remains of Christian Atsu Twasam arrived at the Kotoka International Airport (KIA) on Sunday night, February 19, as earlier slated.

The body of the former Black Stars winger was conveyed on a Turkish Airlines flight from Istanbul in a coffin draped in the national flag.

On its arrival at KIA, the corpse was received by the Ghana Armed Forces (GFA), accompanied by the Tsawam family, the Ghana Football Association (GFA), and the Government.

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