Speaking in an interview on Hitz FM, Mr Eshun said he does not know the source of the preposterous news about his son, stressing he hasn’t come across Castro anywhere.
“I haven’t seen my son’s body anywhere,” he said.
Mr Eshun, who works with Ghana Ports and Harbor Authority, stressed that until he sees his son’s body and the life jacket, he will never believe that Castro is dead.
Mr. Bandu, father of Janet, the young lady who disappeared with Castro, told Starr FM in an interview that some underground people in Takoradi have relayed to him that Castro is alive and is in the oil city.
According to him, he would never forgive Castro’s family if the information available to him turns out to be true.
But Castro’s father says he has met with most of Janet’s family with the exception of her father, whom he says, he only spoke to via phone. He said they have been communicating ever since the incident and wonders why he will claim such.
Castro and Janet Bandu went missing during a jet-ski ride at Aqua Safari, a beach resort at Ada, in June this year.