7 Years After His Disappearance Into The Deep Sea, Ghanaian Highlife Artist Castro Is Presumed Dead

Today 6th July is exactly 7 years since Popular Ghanaian hiplife artist Theophilus Tagoe, popularly known as Castro disappeared with Miss Janet Bandu at the Ada Estuary In Ghana while on holiday with His friends.

A disappearance with no solid leads, and seven years later, there is not much to substantiate all the gossip. Theophilus Tagoe, popularly known by his stage name “Castro,” mysteriously disappeared while on vacation in Ada, located in the Southern part of Ghana.

The case has gradually turned cold as various speculations about the star’s disappearance have not yielded any real outcomes.

However, Section 33 of Ghana’s Evidence Act states that if a person or has not been heard of for 7 years despite frantic effort to find that person , he will be presumed dead.

7 years after his disappearance, should Ghanaians Still hope on his unexpected return from the underworld?

Young Endy

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