- Salma Mumin has caused a stir on social media by finally putting out her full name for the first time in a new video
- Salma Mumin in the video mentioned all the names that were given to her by her biological parents from childbirth
- Since most Ghanaian celebrities are known for changing or hiding their full names when they get into the limelight, Salma mentioning her full name to her fans in the video for the first time shocked most of her fans
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Ghanaian actress, Salma Mumin has caused a stir on social media by finally put out her full name for the first time in a new video.
Since most Ghanaian celebrities are known for changing or hiding their full names when they get into the limelight, Salma mentioning her full name to her fans in the video for the first time shocked most of her fans.
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Salma Mumin in a video sighted by YEN.com.gh mentioned all the names that were given to her on by her biological parents from childbirth.
People who were around her when she mentioned the name were immediately shocked and amazed to have finally heard the actress's full names.
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" My full name is Abdul Mumin Umu Salma Tando. But when I was in school, I added Mary because I always wanted to be Mary in everything. My auntie also liked calling me Mary because she said I behaved calmly like Mary," the popular actress added.
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YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Award-winning rapper Kofi Kinaata had stated that he does not associate himself with Christianity or any other religion.
Kofi Kinaata disclosed that though he believes in God he does not see himself as a Christian because the religion is man-made.
In an interview on Joy FM and monitored by YEN.com.gh, the 'Things Fall Apart' hitmaker said he does not believe in religion because it is man-made, but he believes there is a most-high God who created the universe.
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"God is not a Christian. God is not a religion, we humans brought religion,” the 'Time No Dey' singer said.
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