Asamoah Gyan acknowledged that he missed his pal Castro after nine years had passed since his disappearance.
Castro, a well-known and accomplished highlife musician from Ghana, has been missing for nine years since he and his friend Janet Bandu went jet skiing at the Ada Estuary. The majority of Ghanaians and the Castro family awaited his homecoming but in vain.
Despite the fact that Castro has been missing for nine years, Asamoah Gyan confessed in an interview that he still misses him as he reminisced about the past.
Asamoah Gyan confessed to the host Dan Kwaku Yeboah that although he doesn’t express his feelings, he misses Castro “day and night” and “always feels his presence around me.”
In an interview, he also discussed how he first met Castro, his brother and friend, and how the two of them got along before Castro vanished.
Castro and Asamoah Gyan met in Italy, according to Asamoah Gyan. He traveled there with KK Fosu for a performance in Udine, and while he was on stage, he saw me in the audience and urged me to come dance with him.
So, after the event in 2005, when they arrived in Ghana, Castro called me to let me know they were back in the nation. At that point, we had a connection.
“He agreed to a freestyle performance since I had requested him to, and as I started harmonizing, he realized I was musically talented. We proceeded to the recording studio and created our debut single, “African Girls.”.
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