Let's accept Castro is dead - Hammer

Hammer urged the general public and music lovers to honour his memories by mourning and listening to his music


Award winning sound engineer, Hammer of "Last Two" has called out on the general public to accept that Castro is dead and remember him for his good works.

Hammer added, he is grieved to loose such a friend and talented musician but the public should stop pronouncing Castro is still alive. Hammer has worked with Edem, Kwaw Kese, Tinny and Castro on their albums.

After a minute of silent, Hammer sorrowfully said, "Listen, I feel that so far as an accident has happened and we can’t find the two of them; it is the obvious that they're dead. The earlier we accept that the better. Right now he has been robbed of the appropriate rites. He is dead and no one has done his funeral, it’s very bad".The sound engineer added, “it’s about time we accept that we've lost a genius who made us feel good with his music and people should stop the rumours that he is hiding somewhere".

On the fatal day of the incidence, Castro, footballer, Asamoah Gyan and others went for jet skiing on the Ada river and Castro presumably lost his life on the river.


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