Skipper of the Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan has confessed that his compatriot, Castro expressed an unusual religious demeanor on the night before his disappearance.
According to the football player who also doubles as a musician having collaborated with Castro for the hit song, ‘Odo pa’ said Castro was highly spirited and they kept praising God together.
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Speaking on the Delay show, Gyan said, Castro was joyfully praising God, kneeling, and raising his hands to the heavens.
"Later that night I told him that it appeared he was more spiritual today. I asked him what was happening and he laughed”, he revealed.
In his reflection of incidence, Gyan believes although he feels broken by the incidence, he has learnt not to take blame for his friend’s loss.
"I get very emotional when I hear his songs and I recollect all the moment we spent together."
"He was the one who put my musical career in perspective. I still dance to his tracks. I get worried when our songs are played over but I really don’t feel responsible for his death", he added.
On July, 6, 2014, Castro and Janet Bandu were reported to have drowned following a jet ski accident in Ada Estuary while on holiday with the Gyan brothers.
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