A search is still underway by local authorities to retrieve the missing bodies of musician, Castro, and a lady acquaintance, who got drowned yesterday in a sea at Ada in the Greater Accra Region.
Some chiefs in the area enewsgh.com sources say have since performed traditional rites to appease the gods to help them find the two.
Local fisherfolks have also joined in on the search, in a rescue mission all intended to bring them ashore.
Gerhard Urstrunter, General Manager of the Aqua Safari facility, where they stayed on their first night says a search has been mounted.
Chief Executive Officer of Ada East, John Nurudeen Ahortu is remaining hopeful the search will yield some positive results.
Both had sped off, and went missing minutes later.
It is understood; he tried saving her after she first got drowned. Both went down afterwards. Marine officials are yet to verify this claim.
Largely, and at this point, both are feared dead, we can say.
And even though officials are hoping for a good outcome, local folks, familiar with such incidents say it would take between some two to three days before they are found.
A weekend getaway that had some other persons numbering about 30 (we can’t independently verify this) including Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan, its aftermath has left the arts and entertainment fraternity broken.
A talented musician who survived the many phases of the hiplife genre, he was born Theophilus Tagoe (1982), and hailed from Takoradi in the Western region.
By: Naa Lamiley-Brooke/enewsgh.com