Black Star’s Captain, Asamoah Gyan, together with his brother Baffour Gyan and his family, has declared that they had no hand in the unfortunate disappearance of hiplife artiste, Theophilus Tagoe, popularly known as Castro.
The Family, through its lawyer Kissi Agyabeng, addressed a press conference Wednesday at the Alisa Hotel, said the Gyans went to the Peace Hotel with the artiste, they can’t be blamed for the incident.
All hopes seem to be lost after rescue operations by the police for Castro and his female companion, Janet Bandu, who went missing in July while jet skiing in the waters of Ada, came to an end without success.
Castro and Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan were at the Peace Holiday Resort, a beach resort in Ada, together with some friends, for recreation when the unfortunate incident occurred.
Kissi Agyebeng noted that: “we take the opportunity and state without the slightest doubt in our minds that we are not blamable for the disappearance of Castro and Janet Bandu. We had no hand in that occurrence. We have no moral or legal culpability whatsoever.”
According to the family, “Castro rode out there on his own volition and none of us have the slightest idea as to what happened to them. We have only been guess working and conjecturing and making what appears to us to be intelligent deductions – in light of the facts available to us, especially the fact that when they rode out on the jet ski Janet Bandu was not wearing a life jacket.”
“We do not know Janet Bandu that well. However, we do know that from the time we met her on 4 July 2014 till her disappearance on 6 July 2014, she proved herself to be a well-mannered and graceful lady. We have no ill will against her. We know Castro all too well. He was our brother. We loved him as one of our own. We did everything together with him,” the Gyan Family added.
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