I am one of the many people who do not believe Asamoah Gyan is an angel of death or sacrificed his friend-Castro De Destroyer and female friend-Janet Bandu for riches.
Even if I am to believe this impossibility on the grounds of a hungry man looking for money, Asamoah Gyan will not fit into the box of a hungry man looking for man—he has more than enough cash to worry about sacrificing a fellow human being for more…
But to be frank, I am disappointed in the way Asamoah Gyan and his people are reported to have handled the whole Castro and Janet Bandu’s disappearance, especially after having listened to the tape GhanaCelebrities.Com published together from the family of Janet Bandu.
And also, having read various reports on how Asamoah Gyan’s brother-Baffour Gyan together with his manager hired some macho men to beat down a journalist who asked about the various mysterious speculations surrounding the death of Castro makes me wonder what is being hidden…
For a start, it is sad to know that after so many weeks, Asamoah Gyan has not been able to gather some elderly people and join these people to go and officially see the family of Janet Bandu, pay respect to them for their lost and offer them some sort of condolence as our Ghanaian culture demands.
Secondly, as the person who is reported to have organised the weekend trip away to Ada, he carries a higher duty to assist in the investigation by making himself available both to the two families and the law enforcement agencies, if indeed he wants to help—and also clear his tainted name.
Again, his unwillingness to even have anyone question him about this issue—be it a journalist or the police makes it seem he has something to hide. If not, what is the real problem in answering questiosn in relation to the disappearance?
Even if he does not want to talk to the media, what about the family of Janet Bandu who are so bitter about the way they’ve been shunned and the non-forthcoming of any answers in relation to the disappearance of their daughter?
Asmaoah Gyan must realize that he is not above the law in Ghana and he must get his shyt together.
Even if it is some sort of monetary compensation he will offer to the Janet Bandu family for their loss which he somewhat caused, he must do so. And he must make the family a friend in this time of hardship by assisting in whatever way possible to ease their suffering.