Google’s trending events of 2014: Castro is most searched

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It’s no surprise missing Hiplife artiste, Castro, is still trending as he tops the list of three different segments in Google‘s annual “Year in Search” list.

Born Theophilus Tagoe, the popular musician and a female companion, Janet Bandu, went missing early July while surfing the waves at Ada in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.

Frantic searches for them by Marine police have not yielded any results.

Their disappearance has created a lot of controversy and news surrounding the two keeps resurfacing as many speculate they have died in the jet-ski accident.

Meanwhile, police have warned against declaring the two dead as they can only be affirmed dead after seven years and seven days, per Ghana’s laws.

But Google in a latest ranking has featured “Castro” as the most searched word on Ghana for 2014.

Google Trends – Trending Events of 2014, Ghana

1.Castro

2.Ebola outbreak

3.Komla Dumor

4.World Cup 2014

5.iPhone 6 launch

6.Myles Monroe plane crash

7.Robin Williams

8.Di Maria to Manchester United

9.Irene Asante

10.Joan Rivers

Google Trends – Trending Searches, 2014, Ghana

1.Castro

2.Anonymox

3.Ebola

4.Komla Dumor

5.World Cup 2014

6.iPhone 6

7.Myles Monroe

8.Tonga

9.Weather

10.Corazon Indomable

Google Trends – Trending People, 2014, Ghana

1.Castro

2.Komla Dumor

3.Myles Monroe

4.Shatta Wale

5.Robin Williams

6.Di Maria

7.Dwayne Johnson

8.James Rodriguez

9.Ama Boahemaa

10.Irene Asante

-google

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