castro n jEver since Theophilus Tagoe popularly known as Castro went to Ada for recreational purposes on Sunday 6th July, his whereabouts has become a mystery gripping the nation.

Although reports say he drowned in the Ada Estuary in an attempt to save Janet Bandu his lady companion, the two bodies have yet to be found.

On Mpeyisem, a show dedicated to culture, custom and the spiritual on Capital TV, spiritualist Yaw Ofori also known as Indian Man says Castro is dead and all attempts to find him alive are misplaced stressing no spiritualist can bring him to life.

According to Indian Man, the causes of Castro’s demise are that he uses sorcery and on that particular day the excitement he was having caused him to ride his ski boat to the estuary leading to his death.

Spiritualist Yaw Ofori told the host of Mpeyisem, Okyeame Danso that the family of Castro ought to perform the funeral rites of the deceased entertainer so he could transcend to the spirit realm adding that Castro’s body shall be found not in whole but in pieces.

On the fate of Janet Bandu, Indian Man said she was just a victim of circumstance.
Theophilus Tagoe, aka Castro hailed from Takoradi and was born in 1982 to Lydia Tagoe, a trader, and Mr. Coffie, an accountant.

Among the accolades that he won for himself, the most current is the 2014 VGMAs award for Highlife Song of the Year for the song “Odo Pa”.

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