The disappearance of popular musician Castro is still trending three months after the event happened.
Castro, born Theophilus Tagoe and his lady friend Janet Bandu disappeared after holidaying at Ada in the Greater Accra Region.
[contextly_sidebar id=”bANi7Dec38xCS5Kxm0Ed2BQQdvsm6XYI”]While some people believe that Castro is dead, his father, John Eshun, believes otherwise.
According to him, Castro is just missing but not dead, and may have been kidnapped either physically or spiritually.
“My son is not dead but has disappeared.”
“This is the first time I am speaking to the public on this issue and I am speaking with deep emotions. I have never stood anywhere to say that my son is dead,” he indicated, in an interview on Takoradi-based Sky Power FM.
According to him, after visiting Ada, his conclusion was that his “son had only disappeared” but not dead.
John Eshun explained further that Castro was wearing a life jacket and as a mariner himself, he knew that a life jacket, even if it had expired, would make his son’s lifeless body float.
He has also described as baseless, outrageous and senseless, the assertion by lawyer Maurice Ampaw, that the family of Castro has been bribed to keep mute on his disappearance.
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By: Kojo Akoto Boateng/citifmonline.com