It will be recorded six years ago, popular Ghanaian hiplife musicians called Castro was reported missing with Miss Janet Bandu at the Ada Estuary. The unfortunate tragedy happens on the 6th of July 2014. They were reportedly to have drowned in with a jet ski at Ada Estuary. Theophilus Tagoe, popularly known as the Castro incident was a big hit to Ghanaians as his music is loved by many. The trending pictures of Castro and Miss Janet Bandu circulating on the internet are still given memories and flashbacks to Ghanaians and the families of the victims. Following the dead of Miss Janet Bandu and Castor De destroyer, there many questions being asked by Ghanaians to ascertain whether the lady and the gentleman are dead. Some say they have been taken under the sea, some believe they are not dead while others believed they are dead and their bodies are fed on by aquatic lives.
Therefore, in this article, I want to share with you some flashback pictures of Castro and his missing lady Miss Janet Bandu which is still giving flashbacks and memories of Ghanaians till now, mostly by fans and families.
I know you loved the photos of Castro and Janet. Let us pray for them in where ever they are.
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