Nene Tawiah Tettehga, the chief of Ada has casted a huge doubt on whether musician Castro and Janet Bandu who are believed to have drowned in the Ada waters early last month will be found alive.
The chief said he believes that Castro and Janet Bandu’s bodies will soon wash ashore since the tides in the water at the time of thier drowning was low.
Nene Tawiah Tettehga who claimed that the river is his while speaking with GBC said “The river is mine…I share boundary with the river, share boundary with the sea, share boundary with the estuary. So, I know exactly the position of the estuary, Nobody lives in water after twenty four hours.”
The chief gave two scenarios as to how and if Castro and Janet Bandu’s bodies will be found.
“Castro, yes was taken by the river and they haven’t seen the body. But I have given you two scenarios that can happen. If he goes into the sea and falls within the deep waters, FINISH! For deep waters big fish will chop him. If he falls within the river and the tide is high he can come back if nothing touches him”.
Nene Tawiah Tettehga added that Castro’s body might never be found if it is blocked by a root in the waters.
A source at the chief’s palace also told VibeGhana.com that he plans on performing some sacrificial rites at the location of the drowning should the bodies of Castro and Janet Bandu fail to wash ashore.
Castro known in private life as Theophilus Tagoe and Janet Bandu, a lady friend drowned in the Ada waters on July 6, 2014 while jet skiing during a holiday vacation with a group of friends which included the captain of the Ghana Black Stars, Asamoah Gyan.
Efforts to find the bodies of the two has so far proven unsuccessful.