A video of late Ghanaian singer Castro dancing has drawn a lot of attention on social media with many Ghanaians remembering the singer.
YEN.com.gh has come across a video involving late Ghanaian singer Castro as he danced to the admiration of friends.
In the video that was posted on the Instagram page of GhKwaku, Castro was seen showing off his dance skills.
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The video was posted to wish the singer a happy birthday even though no one has seen him since he drowned in 2014.
Instagram users on watching the video reacted:
@maryamissah asked if she was watching a ghost: "Is it his ghost or am I confused."
@omanaaugustina expressed how she misses Castro: "aaawwooo. I have missed him paaaa."
@florence3955 asked if it was a recent video: "Is dis an old video or wht cos it luks new I believe he is alife somewhere ppl knw."
@tina_5544 wished him a happy birthday: "Hmmm happy birthday to our beloved brother."
@maame5076 had this to say: "The way Ghana miss this man ooooooh."
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The comments revealed that there is a lot of admiration for one of Ghana's most prolific singers to have graced the music industry.
On July 6, 2014, Castro was reported to have drown together with his friend Janet Bandu in the Ada estuary.
Castro was said to have been on the jet ski with Janet when they fell off the jet ski and drowned in the river.
Soon after the incident occurred, news went round attracting security forces to go in search of the artiste and his friend.
After days of searching, the police discontinued all efforts to find the bodies.
Till date, the bodies of Castro and Janet have not been found, bringing a lot of suspicion concerning their death.
When the incident happened, some Ghanaians were of the view that the two did not drown but were rather murdered since their bodies have still not been found.
It has been almost five years now and the demise of Castro and Janet Bandu is still a mystery yet to be unravelled.
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