After the devastating earthquake that struck the region, a search and rescue team discovered $2 million buried beneath the rubble of one of the collapsed buildings in Turkey.
As they counted the cash, the team was seen taking it from the ground and placing it in a bag.
It is possible that the money belongs to one of the earthquake victims.
In what Recep Erdogan, the president of Turkey, has referred to as “the disaster of the century,” the quake that struck both countries has resulted in the deaths of over 46,050 people.
Numerous international organizations and nations have contributed to rescue efforts in Syria and Turkey as a result of the United Nations’ ongoing appeal for additional funds.
Christian Atsu, a football player for Ghana, was one of the victims of the earthquake. Three days ago, his body was discovered, and his remains were transported to Ghana to be buried there.
The player’s body was discovered on Saturday, despite initial reports that he had been rescued one day after the earthquake.
Before signing with Hatayspor in the summer of 2017, the Ghanian previously played in the Premier League for Newcastle, Chelsea, and Everton.