Asamoah Gyan Reveals Castro’s Death Was Confirmed To Him After Consultation With Fetish Priests – Says The Death Was Meant To Be

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Castro and Asamoah Gyan

A few years ago Asamoah Gyan made headlines when a trip to Ada with his buddy Castro went awry, ending in Castro and a female companion disappearing when they went jet-skiing.

A search and rescue effort for the two yielded no results, although some were hesitant to believe that the duo had died.

Unlike those folks, Asamoah Gyan said he knew not long after their disappearance that the pair had died. The forward revealed on the Delay Show that he consulted two fetish priests in the Ada area after Castro’s disappearance and both confirmed to him that his friend was dead.

Gyan also revealed to Delay, for the first time, the exact sequence of events which led to Castro joining their trip. He said the vacation was a normal one they took every year and that Castro was always part.

Gyan added that the trip is usually to Akosombo, but that year the yacht broke down so they decided to go to Ada’s Aqua Safari. Before the trip, Castro informed him that he was not going to be part, but he later changed his mind and joined them.

That, according to Gyan, made him feel that Castro’s death at Ada was probably his destiny.

When asked if he used his friend for rituals, Gyan denied. He also refused any responsibility for the death.

Gyan, in that same Delay interview, revealed the genesis of his relationship with Sarah Kwabla. 

Listen to the Ghana captain talk about Castro below…


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