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Missing Castro Saga: I'll Reveal The Whole Truth At The End Of This Month - Maurice Ampaw   
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Legal practitioner, Dr. Maurice Ampaw has exclusively disclosed that come the end of this month, he'll reveal the whole truth surrounding the whereabout of popular hip-life musician, Theophilus Tagoe aka Castro.

He also added confidently that he is aware the skipper of the Black stars, Asamaoh Gyan also knows.

In an interview with the XYZ Breakfast Show host, Moro Awudu, lawyer Ampaw said that he is surprised the police service has still not arrested Asamoah Gyan for questioning and interrogation.

The hip-life star got missing on the Volta estuary when he and a friend of his, Janet Bandu went jet skiing in the waters at Ada on 6th July.

Castro and Black Stars captain, Gyan aka baby jet were at the Peace Holiday Resort at Ada, together with some friends, for recreation when the unfortunate incident occurred and despite intensive rescue operations they are yet to be found dead or alive.

Maurice Ampaw said upon his own investigation, he found out that a necklace worn by Castro was later found in a dustbin hours before he and his lady friend got missing.

You cannot hide the truth, the truth is only one and I promise by the end of this month, I will come out with more revelations.

If Ghana were a serious nation, we wouldnt have allowed Marine Police to go and have fun on the sea, with the intention of searching for Castro's body. Asamoah Gyan also picked a boat saying he was going to search for Castro, these will not happen in a serious country," the ace lawyer opined.
Source: Patrick Teye Dasinor/xyz News

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