- Actress Salma Mumin has shared her thoughts on the Coronavirus pandemic
- In a social media post, Salma has wondered if the disease is God's rapture
- The post has stirred reactions and led her to delete it
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Ghanaian actress Salma Mumin has sparked a conversation about the Coronavirus epidemic as she shared her thoughts on social media.
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The world has been hit with the Coronavirus (COVID-19), a zoonotic disease with flu-like symptoms that has been spreading around the globe.
After breaking out in China, the disease has spread into many other countries and it is on all continents of the world.
Already, the World Health Organisation (WHO) has declared COVID-19 as a global pandemic.
Though Ghana is yet to record an incidence of COVID-19 there have been many concerns raised following the fact that its neighbours Togo, Burkina Faso, and Cote d'Ivoire have all recorded cases.
Sharing her thoughts about the disease on social media, Salma Mumin wondered if the outbreak is God's rapture.
"What if CORONA is God's rapture? Thought about it?", she quizzed
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The post from Salma Mumin stirred some debate on social media leading her to delete it from Instagram.
Meanwhile, actress Salma Mumin recently surprised fans after she sent a birthday message to Moesha Boduong wishing her God’s blessings.
Mumin’s message came as a big surprise to their fans because the two had quarrelled and exposed each other just recently.
They even vowed not to talk with each other again, however, it seems Salma has proven her maturity to her fans.
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