- Actress Salma Mumin has put the plush interior of her house on display
- The house is located at Trassaco Valley, reserved for the rich and elite in society
- There are painting hanging in the corridor of the house showing the actress’ taste
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Ghanaian actress Salma Mumin has shown off her wealth in a new photo she shared.
Mumin had posed in the room of her Trassaco Valley house which has beautiful paintings hanging all over.
There is also a nice drawing of the actress hanging on the wall.
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The actress herself shared the photo in the late morning of Monday, January 20, 2020, but deleted it shortly after.
We cannot tell what informed Mumin’s decision to delete that post, however, YEN.com.gh managed to get a screenshot of the photo.
Salma wore a red top with a pair of short jeans, the type commonly referred to as “crazy or tattered jeans”, putting all of her thighs on display.
She was captured seemingly using the staircase upset, indicating that she lives in her storey building.
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Mumin has touted herself as a businesswoman and currently runs an eatery in a location in Accra.
Perhaps, she got the house from that job combined with her acting work.
She was in the news recently after she was exposed by her own formerly good friend Moesha Boduong that she had an operation to enhance her backside in Turkey.
Moesha leaked more information about how the operation was unsuccessful leaving Mumin disappointed because she could not achieve the targeted shape.
Salma also attacked Moesha revealing dark secrets about her.
The two vowed never to have anything doing with the other anymore, not even to say good morning to each other.
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