Ship Dealer has honored the memory of Christian Atsu by helping to set some inmates free.
Oliver Kahn The Ship Dealer has honored the memory of Christian Atsu by paying the fines of some inmates to free them prison.
According Crime Check Foundation, Ship Dealer paid GH¢13,320 which was used to cover the fines of 9 prisoners to set them free.
Ibrahim Oppong Kwarteng of Crime Check Foundation sent details of the payment and receipt to Kumasi based Pure and asked the head of Sports Bright Kamkam Boadu to help him than Ship Dealer.
Apparently before Christian Atsu’s unfortunate demise, he had a list of prisoners he would be paying their fines to set them free.
Unfortunately he couldn’t send down the money before his demise so Crime Check Foundation have opened their doors to the general public to help them honor the memory of Christian Atsu by stepping in to free these prisoners who are in maximum prison because of petty crimes and inability to pay court fines.
Ship Dealer has paid for the release of some inmates from prison. pic.twitter.com/UVFOkMZiz6
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