I believe Castro will come back since no one saw him drown – Kofi Kinaata

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The story concerning how Theophilus Tagoe who performs under the stage name Castro went missing is one that many have pointed loop-holes in just like how atheists doubt the existence of an Abrahamic God and the story of Jesus Christ who was birthed by Virgin Mary.

Pockets of news reports suggested on July 6, 2014 that Castro and his good friend Asamoah Gyan went on holidaying at Ada, a town in the Greater-Accra Region.

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During their stay, they became friends with a lady identified as Janet Bandu of ‘I’m in love with Bomaye’ fame.

Castro would later go on a jet skiing with her but quite unfortunately they will drown and even their bodies won’t be found.

It been five years since the unfortunate incident happened but nothing has been heard about it.

Kofi Kinaata, speaking on the matter in an interview with Andy Dosty on Hitz FM said, “Since we didn’t know what exactly happened and even no one saw him drowing, so now we will say he is missing and we will be elated to see him”.

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Per the laws of the Ghana the two will officially be declared dead in 2021 if they are not found with lingering doubts about their survival according to the General Captain of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan

This has also heightened conflicting reports as to whether the musician and Janet are still alive or died.

“I don’t believe he is dead. There is no evidence of his demise. As I said earlier no one saw Castro drown. Even if the state declare him dead I have hope in his return. Castro may return” Kinaata said on the Daybreak Hitz show on Friday.

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