Prophet Amoako Atta has finally revealed the warning he gave to Castro about Janet Bandu.
Castro and Janet Bandu’s disappearance has been a massive blow to the Ghana Music Industry as we are no longer enjoying new songs from the highlife Legend. Ghanaians are still waiting for the return of the highlife sensation, underfire and his alleged girlfriend Janet Bandu after many years.
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It was said that, underfire and Janet Bandu went missing when they were swimming in Ada Estuary during their outing with former Black Stars caption, Asamoah Gyan. The disappearance of underfire and Janet Band has been one of the trending topics all over the years, many people get emotional whenever this issue comes up in the news, especially the family of Both Janet and Castro.
The country went quiet on this issue for a while, but today being the 19th day of October 2021 Prophet Amoako Atta has drop a top secret behind the missing of Castro and Janet Bandu. Prophet Amoako Atta is known to be the leader and founder of the Lords Parliament House Chapel International which is located in Accra.
Prophet Amoako Atta was live on Anopa Bofo Show on Angel TV and declared that, he personally called Castro and revealed to him how he is about to fall in the sea sadly, he also made it known that he warned Castro not to fall in the sea with a Lady else it will be difficult for him to come back.
According to him, he did not consider what he told him and fell into the sea with a Lady.
" They blocked the shine of Castro and I told him he will shine again after he released a song with a footballer in Ghana. I warn him he is going to fall into the sea and nothing can stop the that accident from happening. It was revealed when the incident did not happen to him with a lady, he will survive. I told Castrol he will survive if only he fell into the sea alone. But he will get missing if it happened with a lady. Castro did not hear and the unfortunate happened to him." - Prophet Amoako Atta said