Martin King Arthur, popularly know as Kofi Kinaata has questioned the cogent behind declaring Castro dead whiles his family and Ghanaian has already felt his absence since his disappearance.
July 6, 2021 marked exactly seven(7) years since Castro and his female friend, Janet Bandu got missing during a jet ski ride in Ada.
Per the constitution of the country, one can be officially declared dead when government tries any possible means but still don’t hear or get any clue about the missing person after seven years.
Ahead of the official declaration, Kofi Kinaata is of the view that whether he is declared dead or not, it is not going to change what his family and himself have been going through since his disappearance.
According to Kinnata, the act of declaring his dead doesn’t prevent him from coming back when he feels it’s time for him to return from wherever he is now.
”Personally, his absence is costing me a lot and hisbeing declared dead will not change anything for the family, friends, and loved ones since we still don’t see him around”, he said.
”Again, we don’t feel his presence or contribution in our lives, which is a great loss so what is the point in declaring him dead? The declaration will not change how we feel about his absence and the many tears that are being shed for what befell him since we are already in pain. Declaring him dead will not kill him or prevent him from coming back home when he feels like doing that if he is not dead”.