Castro Disappeared Shortly After We Started Working On A Reggae Album – Sound Engineer, Kwick Action


Castro, real name Theophilus Tagoe, is a renowned musician who has been declared dead. Veteran Ghanaian music producer and sound engineer Joseph Appiah, better known as Kwick Action in the music community, has recalled some of the memories he shared with Castro.

According to him, the musician abruptly vanished from the scene and was never seen or heard from again while they were working on a reggae record that would very well take the globe by storm.


To refresh your memory, Castro De Destroyer vanished on July 6, 2014, after going jet skiing with Janet Bandu at the Ada Estuary. Janet was later ruled legally dead.

After numerous unsuccessful attempts by his family and friends to locate him or his body, he was eventually declared dead in accordance with Section 33 of the Evidence Act of 1975, which states that a person can only be declared legally dead after seven years by a court, in cases where the person in question has not been seen or heard from in seven years despite diligent and persistent efforts to locate them.

This development also means that before he had his unfortunate mishap and disappeared, Castro was set to enter the reggae music scene and likely compete with artists like Shatta Wale, Stonebwoy, and Samini.