The Ashanti Regional Police Command of the Ghana Police Service have confirmed the arrest of some young men who were seen on social media brandishing guns.
Briefing the media at the Regional police headquarters on Friday, the Deputy Ashanti Regional Police Commander, DCOP Agyemang Agyim, said, they only suspect them for now but they will keep them in police custody for a thorough investigation.
These young men are; Rev. Alfred Dakora, 43 years, Emmanuel Dakora, 26 and Richard Suleiman, 28 years and one other person who is still on the police wanted list.
In another development he also confirmed the robbery case of suspected robbers who were reported to have attacked some gold dealers at Manso Mosikrom in the Amansie South District.
According to him, the suspects in the act shot and killed two gold dealers and took away with their monies ad pieces of gold.
“The suspects were six in numbers who embarked on that robbery. We retrieved about 15 empty cartridges from the scene and are keeping them for evidential purposes”. He added.
The four young men were seen holding high-grade weapons including pump-action guns and pistols.
Huge sums of money, including GHC 50 bundle denominations could be seen in their possession. Most Ghanaians have called on the Police to arrest these young men and start interrogating them. It has not been established if these young men are connected to the bullion van heist but the timing of their video is making most Ghanaians wonder.
Well, the leader of the four young men with the guns has been identified as Obour Belling. According to posts on his official Facebook wall, Obour Belling lives at Obuasi in the Ashanti Region. Since the year 2021 began, Obour Belling has been making several posts with accompanying pictures of his gang.