The gang of armed robbers who were spotted in a viral video a while ago holding powerful guns has broken silence after being declared wanted by the Ghana Police.
It was reported after the video flooded social media that the said robbers mistakenly shared the video into a WhatsApp group but before realizing and deleting it, the video had leaked.
Meanwhile, several others have alleged that they are the unknown identities behind the death of constable Emmanuel Osei who met his untimely death while escorting a bullion van with an unspecific amount of money of a company.
Well, after pulling the strings of the issue back and forth, one of the robbers who is identified as Obour Balling has spoken, claiming he is not an armed robber and none of his friends are.
According to him in a video intercepted by www.browngh.com, they are into galamsey and the guns that were in their possession as was seen in the video protect them from any form of attack at the mining site.
Additionally, Obour said the scene of the video that saw them with different currencies is an old video.
In all, Obour said they have nothing to do with the death of Emmanuel Osei.
Watch him speak below;
We’re not armed robbers’ – Young men with guns in viral video speak pic.twitter.com/9G7I6ewvyR
— BrownGH.Com (@brownghdotcom) June 16, 2021