- Andy Dosty has revealed that he was sure Castro did not fall in the Ada Estuary as earlier reported
- He went on to dare Asamoah Gyan to come out with the truth
- Castro and one lady went missing in 2014 at Ada
Following the disappearance of award-winning musician, Theophilus Tagoe, popularly known as Castro over 4 years ago, top radio personality, Andy Dosty, has stirred quenching flames on the matter after he revealed that the singer was not dead.
Speaking as the host of Hitz FM’s Day Break Hitz, Andy Dosty revealed that he was of the strong conviction that Castro was not dead.
In reacting to entertainment review news about the singer, Andy Dosty who appeared peeved over the constant deceit over the singer’s disappearance ranted on air.
He said he was more than sure that Castro did not fall into the river as people were made to believe and revealed that the facts of the matter had been skewed.
“We know he’s alive, we know Castro is not dead. But who doesn’t know this? Castro is not dead, we all know he’s not dead. When did he fall in water? Am saying it on authority, the boy didn’t fall in water.”
“…they’ve been lying to us for so long, …enough of the lies… they saw that the jet ski was packed on a land and not on top of a river, the key string was in there so why would people lie about it that the guy has been drowned?”
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Andy Dosty went on to call out captain of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan who was there on the fateful day and asked him to come and speak the truth on Castro’s disappearance.
“…Asamoah Gyan should come sit in front of me and lie through his teeth, let’ see what happens, what is this?. Castro is not dead, he should come back, we are waiting for him and we will wait until the seventh year we declare him dead…”
Castro is reported to have disappeared on July 6, 2014 after he went on a trip at Ada. Reports have it that he fell in the Ada Estuary with one lady, Janet Bandu, after they were last seen on a jet ski.
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