The Father of Janet Bandu, the lady who allegedly drowned with hip-life musician Castro in the Volta Lake at Ada, Staff Sergeant Joe Bandu (rtd), has asked the Ghana Police Service and the Military to arrest Ghana Black Stars Captain Asamoah Gyan.
According to him, “I don’t care if my daughter is dead or alive; all I am asking is that he bring me back my daughter”
Mr Bandu suspects Asamoah Gyan has a hand in the disappearance of his daughter; hence he must be arrested.
This comes barely a week after Baffour Gyan, Asamoah Gyan’s elder brother assaulted a journalist, Daniel Kenu for asking his brother (Asamoah) to clear the air concerning the allegation that he has a hand in the supposed death of Castro and Janet.
The assault case which is currently in court has generated a lot of controversies as many suggest that Asamoah Gyan and his brother should have known better.
But speaking to news team from UTV, Mr Bandu thinks the accusation is not misplaced and that Asamoah must be made to respond to it.
“We don’t have the full details of how everything happened. They keep tossing us from one place to the other. Formerly, Asamoah Gyan will tell us that he will come and see us but anytime we call him on his phone he doesn’t even answer to his calls at all…
I don’t know what to do. I can’t eat and I can’t sleep either; I don’t want to take the law into my own hands and so the Police and other authorities involved must help me by arresting Asamoah Gyan for interrogation.” Mr Bandu told UTV in an interview.
It’s been three months now since Castro and Janet went missing at Ada while jet skiing at a beach resort.
The two were holidaying with Asamoah Gyan and some other friends. According to reports, Castro drowned while trying to save Janet from the lake.
The rest of the story remains mysterious as it not clear if indeed Castro and Janet are dead or missing.