Castro’s Family Reports Case To Ada Police

The family of popular musician, Theophilus Tagoe, also known as Castro, last Thursday officially reported the loss of their kinsman to the Ada District Police.

Castro and a female friend, Janet Bandu, disappeared at the Volta River Estuary at Ada on July 6, 2014.

The family, led by his father, Mr. John Eshun, was, however, advised to make the report at Takoradi where Castro lived with his family, before going to Ada with some friends for recreation.

A source close to the Ada District Police disclosed this to The Ghanaian Times, yesterday.

The Ada District Police Commander, Chief Superintendent Dodzi Godact Hlodzi, when contacted, confirmed the information and explained that their statements were not taken because an official statement had been taken from the leader of the group of 15 friends, who were with the musician at the Peace Holiday Resort in Ada.

“Once the leader of the group has reported the missing of Castro and Janet and his statement was taken, it represents the other members and that is enough for now,” he said.

Chief Supt. Hlodzi stated that the leader had his statement taken on the day of the incident and was also interrogated while investigation was still on going in the matter.

Meanwhile, the family of Janet Bandu was also at the Ada District Police to assist in investigations.

Castro and Janet have still not been found but the search is on-going.

The two, together with other friends, had gone on recreation at Ada Foah where they lodged at the Peace Holiday Resort.

There, he (Castro) went to Aqua Safari Resort where he rented a Jetski, wore a life jacket, and went cruising on the Volta River with Janet Bandu, who was said to be without a life jacket.

From: Dzifa Emma Tetteh Ada Foah

 

   

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