- Popular Ghanaian actress Salma Mumin has distanced herself from the 'society' of female celebrities who obtain wealth from the 'papa no'
- Salma reveals that she has built her own wealth through different enterprises including a sachet water business she started in a container
- According to her, the sachet water enterprise has now evolved into a different venture with 22 employees
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Beautiful Ghanaian actress, Salma Mumin, has revealed that she started a small sachet water business in a container and that has now evolved into a completely different venture.
The actress made the revelation in an interview sighted by YEN.com.gh on ZionFelix's ‘Uncut’ Show on YouTube.
As social media in Ghana continues to be stirred with news of top celebrities who have built their wealth with huge sums of money from their sugar daddies, Mumim sought to make it clear that she was not one of those celebrities.
Watch the full interview below:
According to Mumin, she built her own wealth through hard work and the most recent one has been the pure water business that started in a blue and white container about five years ago.
She further revealed that the water business went down the drain after a man duped her sales officer by ordering for all the water in stock and managing to escape without any payment.
After she was informed about the incident, Salma said it was painful but upon deep thinking, she decided to start selling foods, which has now expanded to the point that she now employs about 22 people.
While on the subject of Ghanaian business, YEN.com.gh previously reported that the Chief Executive Officer of the famous Adinkra pastries that are hawked on many streets of Accra and Kumasi is Barimah Osei Mensah.
According to a report sighted by YEN.com.gh on Risingafrica.com, Mensah was previously a banker at the Bank of American with an MBA he obtained from the University of Texas.
It is reported that everything was going on well with his work until one day when he decided to take a bold step to quit and return to Ghana.
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