- Ghanaian pastor Rev. Amoako Atta has disclosed that Castro is dead
- Atta said he had earlier given the prophecy to Castro in 2012 before his death
- According to him, he said a prayer for Castro, and told the musician what he was also supposed to do the avert the calamity
- Amoako said he told Castro that he would either die by accident, or be drowned in water
Respected man of God, Rev. Amoako Atta, has said Castro is dead and not coming back to this world as many people hope for or believe.
In a video seen by YEN.com.gh, Rev Atta said before his disappearance in 2013, he had prophesied to Castro in 2012 that the devil was planning to snatch him.
According to the pastor, he met Castro at Race Course in Accra, when he came with Kaywa to his church.
That was when he informed Castro that in a vision, he saw that the devil was planning to kill him either by motor accident or drowning, therefore, he should be careful.
The pastor said he said a prayer for Castro to avert the impending danger, and also gave the musician some directions to follow as well as pray so that the prophecy would not come to pass.
However, Castro died painfully after reportedly drowning at the Ada estuary on an excursion with Asamoah Gyan and friends.
To the pastor, it could be that Castro did not do what he was supposed to do, hence the prophecy could not be overturned.
When asked specifically if Castro is alive, he emphasised in the Akan language: “Nobody can tell me today that Castro is alive and will soon return from somewhere, he is not there.”
Castro disappeared together with a female friend Janet Bandu, who reportedly drowned with him.
Sadly, Bandu’s father has also died out of excessive grief over his daughter's disappearance, as earlier reported by YEN.com.gh.
Meanwhile, family and friends are eagerly expecting Castro to return soon, as some people have assured them.
However, it seems this new revelation by Rev. Amoako would dash all their hopes.
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