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11-Jul-2014  
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Ghana’s Award-winning rapper Sarkodie turned 29 on Thursday with a special prayer request for God to intervene in the ongoing search for fellow musician Castro and his friend Janet.

Sarkodie had been silent since news broke on July 5 that the hip-life artiste, Castro, had drowned in the Volta Lake, till he posted a picture with him on a social media yesterday.

“My biggest bday gift…God Please Bring Ma Brother Home Please!!!!!!,” Sarkodie posted on his Facebook page.

Castro was on holidays with Asamoah Gyan and a few other people at a resort at Ada Foah where he drowned.

Rescue operations commenced last Sunday for Castro and Janet Bandu, the lady he was riding the Jet Ski with before the unfortunate incident happened. Till date, both bodies have not been found, neither have they washed ashore.

Sarkodie is among the host of celebs in this country who have been calling for people to keep the hope of finding both Castro and Janet alive.

Sarkodie aka Michael Owusu-Addo is one of the artistes who had very close relations with Castro-Theophilus Tagoe. The two released an inspirational tune titled ‘Adonai’ which is currently receiving a lot of airplay.

Sarkodie won the ‘Best Hip Hop’ at the 2014 MTV Africa Music Awards at the Durban International Convention Centre (ICC) in Durban, South Africa in June.

He also got nominated for the ‘Best International Act (Africa) category at the just ended Black Entertainment Television (BET) Awards.
 
 
Source: News One
 
 

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