We are not armed robbers — Obour Belling and his gang finally break silence after viral video (WATCH)

Unidentified gunmen believed to be armed robbers who brandished guns in a video that went viral have finally spoken.

Photos and videos of these young men suspected to be armed robbers trended on social media yesterday after the demise of police officer Constable Emmanuel Osei.

Many Ghanaians alleged that they are connected to the bullion van heist that occurred at James Town in Accra. A lot suggested that they should be arrested by the Ghana Police Service for interrogation.

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In a new video sighted by our outfit, one member of the gang identified as Obour Belling and his members have spoken for the first time after images of them took over social media.

According to them, they’re not armed robbers as purported but illegal miners (Galamsayers) and the guns they wielded in the video are weapons they use to protect themselves.

The group added that the images of them with bundles of money are old photos.

As if that was not enough, they went ahead and invoke curses on the the the the person who leaked the photos and videos on social media and tagged them as robbers.

Watch the video below;