A renowned Ghanaian legal luminary has revealed receiving death threatening messages and phone calls for making a public statement on the disappearance of a hip life musician known as CASTRO DE DESTROYER.
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw in an interview on frontline, the breakfast show on Accra-based Rainbow radio station 87.5fm with studios in London, in the united kingdom disclosed that close allies and some fans of the skipper of the Ghana national team Asamoah Gyan warn him to shut his mouth and desist from making any public utterances in connection with the disappearance of Castro (Theophilus Tagoe) who is said to have went on party spree at the Ada beach resort in the Greater Accra Region.
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw charged the Ghana police service to invite all persons who travelled with the popular musician to the resort where his disappearance occurred principally been Asamoah Gyan.According to lawyer Ampaw cronies of Asamoah Gyan, threatened to take his life if he dare make any statement on the sad disappearance of the musician.
He disclosed that the threats encouraged him to initiate private investigations into the matter which has now become delicate and sensitive to discuss due to how the Gyan family handle anyone who mentions it.
Lawyer Maurice Ampaw disclosed that Theophilus Tagoe a.k.a Castro is not dead and speculated that he might be in the hands of some kidnappers.
He told Rainbow radio 87.5fm that he would hold a press confab at the end of September 2014 to tell the whole world his investigative findings which he believes would lead the police service to arrest all the people who know about the disappearance of Castro.
He noted that he cannot be made to shut-up by the beatings of other individuals by the Gyan brothers nor the death threats.