Government must speak on Castro’s disappearance – Wontumi

The Ashanti Regional Chairman of the National Patriotic Party (NPP) Mr Antwi-Boasiako has said President John Mahama must come out and speak on the disappearance of the ace musician, Castro.
He lamented that since the Castro’s disappearance, government has refused to comment or issue directives as to what they have put in place regarding the search.
Speaking on Kessben FM’s morning show, Mr Boasiako also known as  aka “Chairman Wontumi”, who shares the same birth date with Castro says he is disappointed at the way government has kept mute on the issue.
“It’s been days since Castro’s disappearance and the President hasn’t issued any statement. But this is one person who entertains Ghanaians in these hard times. The least the President can do is to tell us what he’s put in place.”
Wontumi sent a message of consolation to Castro’s family and asked them to stand firm in these trying moments.

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