Police ransacked my house to search for ‘disappeared’ Castro – George Jahraa

Veteran Highlife musician, George Jahraa

Veteran Ghanaian Highlife musician, George Jahraa has disclosed that his house was ransacked by armed police personnel in search of disappeared Highlife musician, Castro.

The ‘Ashikele’ hitmaker narrated that he was taken by surprise when the armed police personnel barged into his house in search of Castro.

Shortly after Castro disappeared, news went rife that he was spotted in the Brong Ahafo Region with George Jahraa.

Denying the rumour, the ace musician who spoke in an interview on ‘The Gist’ on Joynews said he has no idea where the rumour emanated from.

” The rumour is not true. I had a hectic time with the police trying to explain myself. Personally I didn’t know where that story came from.

“I was in my house one day a heard a knock on my door and saw six police men who just barged into my room looking under chairs and beds. When I asked what was going on, they asked me the whereabouts of Castro. But I stayed calm and watched them ransack my bedroom and hall and went away.” He narrated

George Jahraa further stressed that the last time he met Castro was two years before he was reported missing.

“To be honest, the last the I saw Castro was two years before the incident at Ada occurred.”

George Jahraa became very popular when he released his first album “Driver Banza” in 1990.

The Gist airs on the Joynews Channel on MultiTV and on DSTV 421 on Saturdays and Sundays at 8.30pm.


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