Today, Ghanaians will witness the legal pronouncement of Castro De Destroyer’s death alongside video starlet Janet Bandu, who has been missing for 7 years.
Theophilus Tagoe, often known as Castro De Destroyer in the entertainment industry, was born in 1982.
On the 6th of July, 2014, the iconic musician and the video vixen vanished in Ada Beach.
While on vacation with the Gyan brothers, the two embarked on a jet ski trip to the Ada Beach resort and estuary, where they went missing.
Multiple search parties were dispatched to the beach and the deep oceans in an attempt to recover Castro’s body and that of video vixen Janet Bandu, but to no effect.
The jet ski that was involved in the accident was found the same day they went missing.
Since his disappearance, numerous people have claimed to have seen him in various locations around Africa, including Togo, Nigeria, and South Africa.
His admirers, on the other hand, do not believe their hero is dead and have been hoping for his return for a long time.
Seven years have passed, and no sign of the Castro’s famous return has been heard or seen.
It is now necessary for a court to legally pronounce the two dead, as stipulated under Ghana’s 1992 constitution.
According to Section 3 of the Evidence Acts of Ghana, 1975, a person can only be pronounced legally dead by a court after seven years if he has not been seen or heard from despite diligent and persistent efforts to locate him.
This means that after July 7, 2021, both lost personalities will be pronounced dead.
Castro and film vixen Janet Bandu will be declared dead by a court today, June 8th, 2021, at 12 p.m.