Musician Castro Feared Dead In Jet Ski Accident

Hiplife artiste,Theophilus Tagoe
aka Castro, is said to have died in a ski
boat accident at Ada.
Sources say he drowned in the Volta Lake
while on a weekend getaway with Black
Stars striker, Asamoah Gyan.


Gyan was taking his friends a boat cruise
in Ada, when the accident occurred
Sunday afternoon, according to the
The Black Stars Captain usually rents out
a yacht to accommodate close family
members and friends whenever he is in
town for holidays. But, according to , the said yacht was
unavailable this time around, as it had
been sent out for repairs.
The group, therefore, resorted to using ski
Castro and his girlfriend were said to
have taken one of the boats out on a
cruise on the Volta Lake when the
accident occurred.
According to the reports, the lady, who
was not wearing a life jacket, suddenly
fell into the lake, prompting Castro to try
to rescue her.
As Castro attempted to rescue the lady,
both drowned.
The ski boat they were riding and the life
jacket used by Castro have been
recovered, but the bodies of the two have
not been found, the reports stated.
Benjamin Tettey, who is at the scene,
told Accra-based Adom FM that it might
take two or three days before the bodies
are found.
The reports HAVE NOT been independently
Castro, who hails from Takoradi, was
born in 1982 to Lydia Tagoe, a trader,
and Mr Coffie, an accountant, at the
Takoradi Harbour. He attended Anglican
Primary and J.S.S in Takoradi.
Before he launched his debut album in
2003, he had featured on hip-life group
4×4 hit track, “sikletele” which officially
introduced him into the local music
His songs such as ‘Odopa’ ‘Seihor’,
‘AfricaGirls’ have received awards and
long airplay over radio waves


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