Asamoah Gyan, the Ghanaian striker said, I am very grateful to all Ghanaians for supporting me during my partner Castro missing.
The Ghanaian hip-life musician is still missing along with her female friend – Jane Bandu – during their holiday trip along with the Black Stars captain over a fortnight ago in Ada.
It has been reported that, Castro and his female friend are dead in a lake at the holiday resort.
Their disappearance from the scene as delay Al Ain striker to begin his pre-season training with his teammates.
Finally, he moved to Dubai from Accra on Sunday after being encouraged by the affected family members and as well as his fans.
He told Asamoahgyan3.com. “I want to thank all my Ghanaian fans for the support they gave me.”
I also want to thank all those who were involved in searching for my friend and his female friend Jane.
Also, I will special thanks to all the families that have been with me in this difficult time in my life. They really encourage and support me, that today I am able to rejoin my club.
Gyan added, “It is my humble request to all Ghanaians, religious leaders, authorities and everyone keep praying for my missing brother [Castro] and Jane [Bandu].
During this time, Gyan witnessed the birth of his first baby girl – his fourth child in all.
Gyan has just returned from Ghana’s disappointing campaign at the just concluded World Cup, where individually he broke the record and becomes the all-time leading goal scorer and the most scoring African in the history of the finals.
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