Facebook has been set ablaze as the speculations about the return of missing Hiplife musician Castro is being intensified.

A new Facebook page for the "Seihor" hit maker was created yesterday, January 17 and calling fans to like and share his posts.

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Announcing his comeback and hitting at a new single, the suspected page named Castro G posted;

What drew many fans attention was the fact that, Bisa Kdei shared the page on his fan page, urging fans to like the page and share.

Bisa posted:

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But some fans still believe a scammer is behind the said account. One fan dared the one behind the page to recorded a video of himself and show to Ghanaians. He wrote on his wall;

Others were skeptic. One Dan Yeboah commented on his profile photo saying "Is not gud 4 his family to see a joke like this if is not Castro then whoever must stop.

We welcome u if is U!! Big upssss!!!!!"

The page which was created just yesterday has received over four (4) thousand likes and getting hundreds of shares for each post.

Castro and a lady friend, Janet Banda mysteriously disappeared on Sunday, July 6, 2014 after a Jet Ski accident on the Volta river at Ada.

They had gone to Ada for an organised weekend getaway by the football star Asamoah Gyan for his friends, sparking off several controversial stories that Gyan had a hand in their disappearance.

Could it be that, Castro is really behind the account? Let's have your views below.

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