A friend of missing musician Castro identified as Yawkoi has said that the Hiplife musician would return this year, 2019.
Sunday, July 7, marks exactly five years since Castro, and his female friend, Janet Bandu, went missing during a jet ski cruise at the Ada Estuary in 2014.
According to musician Yawkoi who’s formerly known as Lord K, Castro called him on phone with a private number a couple of times.
The very first time he called, he (Yawkoi) didn’t take the call serious. However, fortunately, the missing musician called the second time with a private number again telling him that he’ll come home to Ghana this year.
Yawkoi also told Graphic Showbiz that they’re some few Ghanaian musicians who’re also in touch with Castro.
“Castro will come back this year, he told me and that when he called me to tell Ghanaians that they will see him, I have spoken to him twice and each time, he called with a private line.
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“The first time I received a call from a private number and the person introduced himself as Castro, I brushed it off and didn’t pay any attention to the person but as someone who has always believed that my friend is alive, I realised it was a hasty decision I took,” revealed Yawkoi.
“Luckily, I got another private number again and this time, I decided to be more inquisitive so I started asking relevant questions and lo and behold, it was my lost friend Castro. From his responses, I was convinced and he told me to let Ghanaians know that he is alive and would be back this year,” he added.
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And to emphasise that Castro was alive, Yawkoi claimed he knew of three other big artistes who were in touch with their missing compatriot.
“As I’m talking to you now, three big artistes in this country know that Castro is alive because when I spoke with him, he confirmed he was in the studio recording his next album featuring these artistes,” he claimed.