In a defiant show of faith in what has been described by many Ghanaians of overwhelming evidence, the father of missing and presumed dead, musician and recording artist Castro, refuses to have a funeral for his missing son. Even if Castro doesn’t show up by 2021.
The most common cause of Castro’s demise is that he was with his fiancee, Janet Bandu, both drowned in a Jet Ski accident while on holiday in Ada Estuary, while vacationing with his friend Asamoah Gyan former Captain of the Ghana Black Stars Team in 2014.
Born Theophilus Tagoe, Castro was a child prodigy that began his singing career at the tender age of ten. His meteoric rise on the music scene was punctuated by the 2003 hit song “Sradinam”.
A fixture in the hearts of Ghanaians with his artistic prowess, Castro was beloved by fans from all walks of life, besides his musical accomplishments, his efforts were in developing the up and coming talent in Ghana as a Music Producer.
Striking up a friendship with Asamoah Gyan, the two would go on to collaborate as a duo and release three albums together, with the track “African Girls” standing out as their greatest hit.
Even in the face of formidable evidence, the father of Castro, Mr. Koffie, simply won’t buy into the notion that his son is deceased. We can only speculate that it may be that although the jet ski was recovered, no bodies were recovered.
Castro’s father insists that the pessimism is others is not his portion when it comes to his missing son, defiantly stating.
“The cowards can take the lead, but those of us who have the carriage know that whatever the situation might be, God will talk”.
Without the evidence, it doesn’t seem likely that anyone can convince the father of his Award-Winning Hiplife Musical Star that his beloved Son won’t come home to him sometime in the future.