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Salma Munin in deep trouble as MTN Ghana warns her thoroughly and gives her 24 hours to apologize


HarrySports

2020-10-23 19:34:06

Ghanaian actress Salma Munin has found herself in hot soup after she accused mtn Ghana for taken her 10,000 Ghana cedis from her mtn account.

She then advised Ghanaians not to trust mtn mobile money again,mtn Ghana upon seeing this reacted and replied to the allegations made on them.

This was the exact words they posted ;

“We refer to an Instagram post published On the 22nd day of October,2020 @ salma Munin.The post read “MTN keep saying that nobody can withdraw your momo account without your concern but I just found out that over 10,000 cedis from my mtn momo account has been taken,Mtn is not safe Anymore.

The post further sought to allege thatMtn has stolen the posters money.

We wish to state categorically and for the records tat the claims made in the post are false and misleading to the public and the poster’s Instagram followers.As @salma munin is very much aware,the said amount was not in her momo merchant wallet and no money had been taken from her Momo merchant wallet as claimed.

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She has been engaged on this leading to the deletion of the said post.

By this rejoinder we demand that @salma munin immediately apologize to mtn Ghana within 24 hours of this publication.The apology must state clearly that her claims that MTN Ghana has taken money from her Sadler was false  and given some prominence as that of her initial post failing which the business will be compelled to take legal actions against her.”

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