Swimmer- Asamoah Gyan went into coma after Castro’s death

A diver hired to search for Castro and Gyan claims Asamoah Gyan went into coma during the events that led to the disappearance of the duo.


Asamoah Gyan and his G-Unit squad which had Castro, the hiplife musician, Baffour Gyan former Ghana international and a host of other personalities, embarked on a vacation trip to Ada in 2014.

And Castro who was accompanied by his female friend Janet Bandu got missing after going for a jet ski towards the Ada estuary.

The man who was hired by Gyan to embark on a search for the dead body of hiplife musician, Castro claims Asamoah Gyan went into coma.

“All of them were supposed to die, but Gyan and co were lucky. Asamoah Gyan was even kicked by the spirits and he went into coma, but it is just that they don’t want to make it a public knowledge,” Odartey Lamptey told Tube broadcaster, Kofi Adomah.

The diver added that Castro and Janet died, because musicians were reluctant to heed to several warnings by the river gods of their continuous disturbance in his abode.

“I searched for their bodies for four days, after Gyan hired me. I found their bodies on the fourth day, but when I attempted to get closer I couldn’t.  I asked that God I have come in peace to find their bodies, so why should I be prevented," Odartey Lamptey added.

“It was during that period that I I saw a snake with seven heads protecting the bodies. When I asked the spirits, I was told that the river gods had warned musicians not to come and disturb him, but they wouldn’t listen and what happened to Castro and Janet was a way to pour out his anger. It was the gods that turned into the snake to protect the bodies from being taken away.

“I told Asamoah Gyan that we needed to perform sacrifice for both Castro and Janet, yet they told me they don’t know the lady; hence they would give money for sacrifice to be made for the former and not the latter.

“Afterwards I went back and made all attempts to rescue Castro, but they failed.


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