Remembering Theophilus Tagoe Also Known As Castro


On July 7, 2014 Ghanaians were shocked to hear that Castro had gone missing without a trace.

The musician was hanging out with Asamoah Gyan and other friends at Aqua Safari when the incident occurred.

He and a lady friend, Janet Badu had disappeared while they were reportedly riding on a jet ski.

Their disappearance was a national conversation then and it is doing the same 7 years down the line.

That is because, with no body, the authorities could not pronounce them dead then.

According to the Evidence Act 1975 (NRCD 323), “where a person has not been heard of for seven years despite diligent effort (whether or not within that period) to find him, he is presumed to be dead.”

With today marking the 7th year since Castro went missing, his fans have been paying tribute to him.

Castro, whose real name was Theophilus Tagoe, was 32 years when he went missing.

His debut album, ‘Sradenam’, which was released in 2003, shot him into stardom and he followed up with subsequent hit albums including ‘Toffee’, ‘Comm Centre’ and ‘African Girls’.


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