Weeks after the disappearance of Ghanaian hiplife artist Castro and girlfriend Janet Bandu during a Jet Ski on Volta Estuary at Ada, very little information seems to be available from the Marine Police Department of the Ghana Police Service (GPS) who were/are charged to search for the two but the police service discloses that search on the two has not been abandoned.
According to the Marine Police Department of the Ghana Police Service (GPS), contrary reports by a section of the media that the search for the two has been abandoned, the service is doing its best as it has involved the town folks (Ada, where the incident happened) in the search and sent wireless messages to all its neighbouring agencies to collaborate in the search.
The police also explained, it has also employed new search approaches which they can’t make known to the world at the moment.
In a related development, Samuel Anim Addo, manager of Asamoah Gyan who was present at the venue has dared anyone to prove that Castro and Janet drowned in the Volta Estuary at Ada.
According to him, no one should accept any news that Castro tried saving Janet Bandu who was drowning.