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Eskom and SAA, now set for partial “privatisation,’ says The Wolf of Wall Street, Mr. Omar Abdulla…?? by Nandika Pillay (25 March 2020—SABC News) The Wolf of Wall Street, Mr. Omar Abdulla who addressed members of the business community this afternoon, spoke from his Sandton home, amid the corona virus outbreak, stating that South African State owned entities (SEOs) Eskom and South African Airways, (SAA) are ‘falling hard,’ and that partial privation is required from the Chinese and American investors of The Omar Abdulla Group. “Our companies have felt the brunt of the Covid 19 virus, with shares in these companies, falling almost 30% since the outbreak, increasing debt payments and loss of income as less people are travelling.’ noted Deputy President of SA, Mr. David Mabuza. Mabuza who spoke briefly to parliament this week, cemented his concerns, and was asking for bailout agreements from Boeing, Comair, Airbus and British Airways. “We owe our creditors to the tune of R2 trillion rand, with a value of only R1 trillion rand for these assets, Eskom at R750 billion rand, and SAA at R250 billion rand.’ he told Reuters. Speaking on behalf of Boeing, Ceo of Boeing, Mr. Dave Caihoon quirked that SAA will never learn from their mistakes after lending monies at high-interest rates, and purchasing Aircraft that were too many. “If they cannot keep to their words of paying their instalments to us on time, how can we help them. Once we receive some stimulus from the United States government we will relieve the pressure, amid this Corona Virus, outbreak.’ Abdulla who further elaborated that Eskom was in ‘dire need,’ of funding from China and The United States says that load-shedding in the country was causing businesses to fail, loss of confidence in the economy, and loss of jobs in the marketplace. “When I address members from Gauteng within the week, we will work out ways, of purchasing less than 1% of these companies, at market share.’ The Johannesburg Stock Exchange *JSE* reported this afternoon that major shares and stocks were feeling the ‘blood In the water,’ with the current down-grade of shares throughout the world. “Markets have fallen and fallen, and when will we find a bottom in this mess. Travel industries have fallen, oil has fallen, and the rand has gone to the dogs.’’ However, low oil prices are good for ESKOM, as the coal and mining sector could save costs of upto R100 billion rand, squeaked Ceo of Eskom, Mr. Andre Du Ruyter. The Economic Times reported that The Omar Abdulla Group was fast becoming one of South Africa’s fastest growing companies, including owning Instagram SA, LinkedIn SA, Bitcoin SA and Forex SA. “Their bids on offer include a one percent share in Eskom and SAA, totalling, R20 billion rand, with shareholders of the company, Lifestyle Aircraft and Instagram SA.’ Concluding his remarks to The Sunday Independent, Abdulla leaked that he was ready to rescue the failing Eskom and SAA, if agreements between the SEOs are agreed too. “Hopefully The Omar Abdulla Group can purchase these shares at low prices, and when Covid 19 becomes the thing of the past, we can see the rewards of our investment.’ Message 9 of 10 (197 Views) Add Tag... Reply 0 Accept as Solution Highlighted footprints Member footprints Posts: 19 Re: FF News: The Omar Abdulla Group Options Thursday COVID 19 CASES TO REACH ONE MILLION, with markets STILL “Bearish,’ says The Wolf of Wall Street…?? by Aaliah Khota (3 April 2020—Reuters) The Wolf of Wall Street, Mr. Omar Abdulla who is currently In isolation in his Washington home, says that ‘new cases,’ in The United States, Spain, Italy and Britain have ‘jumped up,’ within the l a s t several weeks, and expects markets to continue their downward spiral amid the Corona Virus. “This Chinese Virus has already cleaned out so many old age homes and Metropolitan districts, that we have to quarantine our Covid 19 patients in states that are less affected. Thus far, high alerts have been issued in New York, California, Philadelphia and Dallas.’ President of The United States, Mr. Donald Trump echoed. Whilst prices across the globe have already remained cheap, markets are still open, expecting cases to drop by May or even June, reported BBC NEWS. “Europe is infected beyond control, Italy is in a mess, Spain is in shambles, and Britain cannot cope with high infections in the hospitals as we expect more cases.’ looped The World Health Organization. Speaking to Footprints in Washington, local resident, Ms. Jenifer Samson noted that Washington has been on a ‘lock down,’ as more cases come through. “President Trump is being too optimistic to open for the country for business. As the curve flattens and starts to drop, that’s when we can only plan to open up our borders. With the high number of cases reaching one million, Easter will have to be spent at home.’ The Omar Abdulla Group which owns shares into Bitcoin SA, Forex SA, Instagram SA, Twitter SA and South African Airways noted that he had just purchased more shares In some companies, expecting the curve to drop within the next few months. “We are in close negotiations to free up some more money so that we may purchase more of these blue-chip companies at low prices.’ Other celebrities including Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Kim Kardashian, Kendell Jenner, Christiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi kicked that they have been spending their time in isolation playing football, watching videos on The Omar Abdulla Group, spending quality time with family, and studying. Meanwhile, The Washington Times concluded that The Wolf of Wall Street, Mr. Omar Abdulla was speculative on South African companies, as the third world country, has showed some positive outcomes. “I am confident that the rand will do much better, with President Cyril Ramaphosa’s strict approach to lock down the country. He is a strong minded president and my talks with him, could see more buying into Eskom, SABC News, and other SEO companies.’

 

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Could we be reaching an APEX, with Covid 19 cases, says The Wolf of

Wall Street, Mr. Omar Abdulla??

by Sameera Dursot

 

(13 April 2020—Bloomberg) The Wolf of Wall Street, Mr. Omar Abdulla says that

fewer and fewer cases are being reported from Covid 19 infected areas New York,

Wuhan, Lombardi and Gauteng in the last several days, which is offering some

confidence in the market.

“We are seeing a plateau in the deaths across these communities and hopefully we

could see some of the losses felt during the period being eased.’ elaborated, Pres.

of The United States, Mr. Donald Trump.

 

CNN reported that cases in The United States are seeing a slowing amid the mitigation

and isolation process but we still have to keep to our social distancing.

 

The White House task team Doctor Anthony Fauci deliberated that cases are falling

slowly, and that we should all remember the thousands of dead at this critical time.

“We are not saying that people will get to work within the end of April, but what we

are seeing is a slowdown in infections.’

 

President of South Africa, Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa noted that cases in South Africa are

approaching 2500, after all South African’s were in a lockdown.

“I will be meeting with senior government officials to see if we can release the lockdown,

with strict curfews.’

 

However, The African Times reported that hundreds of Africans were still infected and

the mitigation processes still have to be kept in place.

“Africa has a very weak hospital structure, and if we have an outbreak similar to

Spain or The United States we could be in deep trouble. Let’s pray that our isolation

methods continue as we see more cases continue to drop.’

 

The Omar Abdulla Group which owns shares into Footprints Filmworks, Bitcoin SA, Forex SA,

Instagram SA and South African airways says that perhaps it is the time to see a reversal in the

market, slowly buying South African shares and other shares in Europe and The United States.

 

“We will be looking at buying small amounts of these shares, and increasing our leverage and

buying as less cases are reported. We are eyeing shares into Eskom, China Mobile, South African

Airways and laying out more shares of The Omar Abdulla Group on the medium of individuals to

trade.’

 

With cases showing a slight drop, market prices slowly recovering and more stimulus packages

being distributed we should remain slightly positive on the outlook for the next quarter, no withstanding that this pandemic could take as much as two years to recover to the prices

we were at.

“Oil looks like a good buy now, gasoline looks like a good buy now, and shares generally are a good

buy with good hedges into Gold and Silver.’ ended The Wall Street Journal.   

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“Wet Markets,’ said to re-open as Covid 19, APEX looms, says

The Wolf of Wall Street, Mr. Omar Abdulla…??

by Fatima Noormahomed

 

(27 April 2020—Sunday Times) The Wolf of Wall Street,

Mr. Omar Abdulla

who spoke from his Beijing home this afternoon,

 looped that China has been

opening up slowly with markets starting to see-saw

the Covid 19 pandemic.

 

“China is opening up slowly whilst the rest of the

 world is coming out of

lockdowns and recessions. The Apex of the world

 curve is still plateauing,

yet residents are still complaining of depression,

social abuse, and the

brill of not mingling with society.’

 

The World Health Organization (WHO) faces criticism

from The United States,

South Korea, Italy and Japan after helping hide the numbers

 from China initially.

“The United States is withdrawing funding from WHO,

as more countries tend to

claim that WHO director, Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus,

 should resign, amid

the Corona Virus.'

 

China Daily reported that although the world is slowly

 coming out off the lockdowns,

The Chinese wet markets are already starting to open.

“The Virus will just keep on coming back. The Virus originated

from wild animals yet

China fails to learn from their lessons by infecting the world.’

 

Across the w o r l d, markets are see-sawing awaiting the

‘flattening of the curve,’ with

buyers trying to find the bottom.

 

“We are looking at buying blue-chip companies at less than

50% of the value less than

three months ago. Our eyes are on companies,

South African Airways, China M0bile,

Vodacom, Pfizer, Sasol, Shell, Primedia Broadcasting,

Kentucky Fried Chicken, Bloomberg,

Shoprite and Wallmart.’

     Meanwhile, Microsoft Founder, Mr. Bill Gates noted

that a vaccine was

‘soon on the cards,’ after pharmaceutical companies

were investing into

testing people who had the virus and the testing of

hydroxychloroquine.

 

“Hopefully, these treatments could work to fight

against the virus and people

are credited by using these treatments to fight the virus.’

 

The Omar Abdulla Group which owns shares into Bitcoin SA,

 Forex SA, Twitter SA

and Instagram SA, says that his company was eyeing

investments into social media,

energy companies and pharmaceutical shares.

“We are all coming out of our stay at home curfews and markets

 will recover this depression

and recession, still remaining verily cautious whilst buying

into these companies.’

 

President Trump concluded his statement to The New York Times,

 that China is to blame for this

‘horrible, terrible,’ virus as the wet markets start to open, Unbelievable!

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“The Wolf,’ disagrees with President Ramaphosa to ‘release lockdown…’

By Zahra Lockhart

 

(7 May 2020—FF News) The Wolf of Wall Street, Mr. Omar Abdulla

says that

the release of the lockdown could have ‘dire consequences,’ for

 South Africa,

with cases reaching 5000 in the African nation and close to four

 million worldwide.

 

“The President is thinking of boosting the economy with his release

 of the lockdown,

yet this could have a negative effect causing cases in the

 mother nation to rise, and

the increase of the spread of the virus.’ he looped.

 

Meanwhile, across the world, Covid 19 cases are starting

 to roar with the latest

cases at meat packaging plants, nursing homes,

grocery stores and pharmacies.

 

“President Trump was too slow to close down The United States,

 and President

Ramaphosa is too quick to open up the country. We could see a

 surge in cases and

the rand reach R23.’ growled South Africa Today.

 

Speaking to Footprints in South Africa, local resident Ms.

Thando Sithole added that

there is absolutely ‘no social distancing,’ in the townships of Soweto,

 Secunda, Khayalisha, Laudium, Lenasia,

and Sebokeng.

 

“President Ramaphosa is acting too quickly, and soon we will

 be in a lockdown again.’

 

However, Oil prices around the world are still plummeting

 due to a lack of demand and

the cut in production with Saudi Arabia and Russia.

 

“There is simply too much oil in the world, and we are running

 out of storage space.’

reported The Economic Times.

 

Chewing on his pen and waving his hand through his hair,

The Wolf of Wall Street,

Mr. Omar Abdulla says that outbreaks in South Africa are pretty low,

but we could see a spike in new cases in

Pharmacies, Grocery stores and meat packaging companies.

 

“President Ramaphosa is releasing the lockdown too early, and I

can foresee more cases with

more outbreaks at these facilities. Our request to the president is

 this is too quick and more

lives will be lost.’

 

The Omar Abdulla Group which owns shares into Bitcoin SA,

Forex SA, Instagram SA

And Twitter SA said on their website that they will continue to

buy small amount of

shares into SEO companies Eskom, Telkom, South African Airways

 and SABC.

 

“After receiving over R500 billion rand in loan packages and treasury

 bond sales, we could

see an uptick in these shares.’

 

In o t h e r news, a UFO that was spotted and released by The

 Pentagon is said to be

aliens either to cure us from The Corona Virus, and make the

virus strain even stronger

in parts of The United States and Europe.

 

“The flying sauces that were seen recently could be a sign

that we are not alone.’

NASA said on their website.

 

The Holy month of Ramadaan has now hit the world, with

 Mr. Omar Abdulla said to meet

with Islamic leaders including Mufti Menk, Zain Bhika and Maher Zain.

 

“We wish all our Muslim leaders a peaceful and joyous Ramadan and Eid.’

 

Concluding his remarks to The Sunday Times, Mr. Imraan Desai kissed

that he agrees

with The Omar Abdulla Group and once the lockdown has been released,

within a few weeks, we

will be in lockdown again.     

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Captain Covid, disagrees with President Ramaphosa

to ‘release lockdown…’

By Zahra Lockhart

 

(7 May 2020—FF News) Captain Covid, Mr. Omar Abdulla

says that

the release of the lockdown could have ‘dire consequences,’ for

 South Africa,

with cases reaching 5000 in the African nation and close to four

 million worldwide.

 

“The President is thinking of boosting the economy with his release

 of the lockdown,

yet this could have a negative effect causing cases in the

 mother nation to rise, and

the increase of the spread of the virus.’ he looped.

 

Meanwhile, across the world, Covid 19 cases are starting

 to roar with the latest

cases at meat packaging plants, nursing homes,

grocery stores and pharmacies.

 

“President Trump was too slow to close down The United States,

 and President

Ramaphosa is too quick to open up the country. We could see a

 surge in cases and

the rand reach R23.’ growled South Africa Today.

 

Speaking to Footprints in South Africa, local resident Ms.

Thando Sithole added that

there is absolutely ‘no social distancing,’ in the townships of Soweto,

 Secunda, Khayalisha, Laudium, Lenasia,

and Sebokeng.

 

“President Ramaphosa is acting too quickly, and soon we will

 be in a lockdown again.’

 

However, Oil prices around the world are still plummeting

 due to a lack of demand and

the cut in production with Saudi Arabia and Russia.

 

“There is simply too much oil in the world, and we are running

 out of storage space.’

reported The Economic Times.

 

Chewing on his pen and waving his hand through his hair,

Captain Covid,

Mr. Omar Abdulla says that outbreaks in South Africa are pretty low,

but we could see a spike in new cases in

Pharmacies, Grocery stores and meat packaging companies.

 

“President Ramaphosa is releasing the lockdown too early, and I

can foresee more cases with

more outbreaks at these facilities. Our request to the president is

 this is too quick and more

lives will be lost.’

 

The Omar Abdulla Group which owns shares into Bitcoin SA,

Forex SA, Instagram SA

And Twitter SA said on their website that they will continue to

buy small amount of

shares into SEO companies Eskom, Telkom, South African Airways

 and SABC.

 

“After receiving over R500 billion rand in loan packages and treasury

 bond sales, we could

see an uptick in these shares.’

 

In o t h e r news, a UFO that was spotted and released by The

 Pentagon is said to be

aliens either to cure us from The Corona Virus, and make the

virus strain even stronger

in parts of The United States and Europe.

 

“The flying sauces that were seen recently could be a sign

that we are not alone.’

NASA said on their website.

 

The Holy month of Ramadaan has now hit the world, with

 Mr. Omar Abdulla said to meet

with Islamic leaders including Mufti Menk, Zain Bhika and Maher Zain.

 

“We wish all our Muslim leaders a peaceful and joyous Ramadan and Eid.’

 

Concluding his remarks to The Sunday Times, Mrs. Imaan Desai kissed

that he agrees

with The Omar Abdulla Group and once the lockdown has been released,

within a few weeks, we

will be in lockdown again.     

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Captain Covid ‘talks,’ vaccine theories with RoboCop…??

by Rubina Gafoor

 

(20 May 2020) Captain Covid, Mr. Omar Abdulla South Africa’s

leading Covid

warrior spoke to fans

this afternoon outside his Lenasia home, stating that cases in

South Africa are still

up, social distancing is not being practised and government is

 losing billions through

this pandemic.

 

“President Ramaphosa has opened the country too quickly

 for business, and we are

at the peak of this pandemic. More lives will be lost, and I cannot

save everybody.’

he was quoted as saying.

 

The World’s greatest crime fighter, RoboCop stated that although

 crime was down

around the world due to many countries still under lockdown,

 crime was high at

grocery stores and liquor stores.

 

“These stores have been burgled and hopefully Captain Covid

 can stop the outbreak

of the virus at these stores.’

 

Meanwhile, Captain Covid and RoboCop, have been having

 long discussions with US

billionaires, Mr. Bill Gates and Warren Buffett.

 

“We are working with major pharmaceutical companies in

 developing anti-body tests,

so that this evil virus can be brought to rest.’

 

However, Dr. Anthony Fauci from The White House, who spoke

 to CNN said that

we may only be in the first wave of this pandemic

and who knows there may be

a second curse wave, that may hit us soon.

 

“We are happy with the heroic work of Captain Covid and RoboCop

to fight this disease,

and we can only pray a vaccine will be found soon.’

 

Speaking from her California home, Ms. Kim Kardashian noted

 that she was attracted to

the ‘handsome ‘n hunky,’ moves of Captain Covid, and it is

unfortunate that President

Ramaphosa and President Trump only think about the

economy than people’s lives.

 

“I would consider losing $500 billion dollars over a period of a month in the economy.

instead of loosing 100 000 more people.’

 

The Omar Abdulla Group which owns shares into Bitcoin SA, Forex SA, Instagram SA,

Twitter SA, Marvel SA and DC SA added that their company was now investing

Into cartoon and superhero forms of media.

 

“Many thousands of dollars have already started pouring in, with the launch of

Captain Covid.’

 

Concluding his remarks to The Laudium Daily, Captain Covid, Mr. Omar Abdulla, ended

saying that we should

all wear our masks, wash our hands, and practice social distancing.

Stay Safe…

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Rand “Runs,’ as Covid 19 cases, RISE says Captain Covid…??

By Nazrana Ebrahim

 

(20 June 2020—SABC News) Captain Covid, Mr. Omar Abdulla,

SA’s leading Covid warrior took to

the streets of Gauteng this afternoon on investigations

 of the implications of the

Covid 19 pandemic, the strength in the rand, as cases start to APEX,

 in South Africa.

 

Speaking to The Laudium Daily, Captain Covid says that cases in Laudium,

 Lenasia, Rylands,

Roshnee, Soweto, Sandton, Khayelitsha and Katlehong have been rising sharply

with the opening

of schools and the release of the Lockdown to level three in South Africa.

 

“Many hundreds of businesses have been affected by the Corona Virus

as cases start to go

up in South Africa.’ he looped.

 

Local Standard Bank stockbroker, Mr. Goolam Ballim who spoke from

the bank’s headquarters

In Sandton added that the rand has started to get stronger with the

 opening of the economy,

but businesses are still feeling the brunt of a broken economy.

“Much of the rand strength has come from The South African Reserve Bank

 buying treasury yields

and shares, but real business is down, down, down.’

 

Enjoying his breakfast and sipping on his juice, President of South Africa,

Mr. Cyril Ramaphosa says

that although cases are going up in South Africa, he is positive the economy

will return to it’s natural

value, as we find the need for a vaccine and the increase of the workforce

 back to work.

 

“As cases start to apex and flatten, we will see a force like no other

return back to South Africa. Our aim will be to create new jobs,

stimulate the economy,

and try to find a vaccine to stop the spread of this viral virus.’

 

Other members of the community who spoke to SABC NEWS, growled

that business is slow, the evil cigarette ban and the rise in cases

still keeping them at home.

 

“I am 81 years old, and it is said that the v I r u s attacks the weak

and old, so I will be in quarantine

right until Christmas 2020.’ heaped a Johannesburg resident.

 

Another resident, Ms. Amelia Dangor seeped that she owns a

 local store in Lenasia, and cases

are moving up quickly with a cry that a second wave of this virus

 may hit South Africa in coming weeks.

 

“With the opening up of the economy, we should see a drastic

second wave of this cursed virus,

with cases reaching more than 100 000 in SA alone.’

 

The Omar Abdulla Group which owns shares into Footprints SA,

 South African Airways, Instagram SA,

Twitter SA, Bitcoin SA, Forex SA, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Nando's,

and various o t h e r shareholding

 said in statement that the company

was expanding its business during the lockdown into discounted

 prices for advertising and shareholding.

“Prices of shares of companies have never ever been so low,

 and perhaps it’s the time to buy shares

Into our group, especially with the spike of internet usage

 and viewership…’

 

In other news, retail owners “Edcon and Trudon,” are said to also

be seeking buy-out deals from

local and international buyers.

“The fashion and retail companies have been one of the hardest hit

through this pandemic

with prices of these shares are at a buy, buy, buy...’

 

However, Roshnee nurse, Nurse Nina who recently contacted the virus due to being

 exposed to the virus at her local hospital says that she will be in self

isolation after contracting the virus.

“I cannot emphasise enough the effect and impact to all

 residents to stay at home…’

 

Concluding his remarks to The Sunday Times, Captain Covid,

Mr. Omar Abdulla

 concluded by saying that President Donald Trump and President

 Cyril Ramaphosa ‘have not,’ handled this pandemic well as worldwide

 cases have touched seven million, and the argument of closing

too soon and opening up too quickly.

 


“Sadly, more lives will be lost as presidents have started

 putting the economy first, before people’s lives…’

  

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Bollywood Mafia ‘linked,’ to

                  The Omar Abdulla Group…??

by Jessica Kells

 

(10 July 2020—Investing.com) South African’s were shocked to hear

 that the

secret underground Bollywood Mafia to be linked to Bollywood feature

film, “My father, The President,’ a documentary

about the handling

of the pandemic by presidents of the world,

produced by, Instagram SA.

SA’s leading and fastest growing company,

The Omar Abdulla Group.

Recently, the Bollywood mafia in Mumbai were

‘searching and looking,’

for investment

into Africa, especially the local South African Market.

 

“We were attracted by the unusual large following of

 The Omar Abdulla Group, and

the relative market shares not only in South Africa,

 but Indians in particular.’

 elaborated,

Mafia boss, Mr. Imraan Jassat.

 

Jassat goes on to say that their company Pakistani Fashion Outlets

 had paid Abdulla a

sum of $2 million dollars and the balance of $3 million dollars

 ‘once the job was done…’

 

 

According to The Pakistani Times, Abdulla had taken

the cash

 and had only delivered

one million likes on their Instagram page,

 and was asking for

 more money, amid this

terrible pandemic.

 

The Omar Abdulla Group which owns shares into Bitcoin SA,

 Forex SA, Instagram SA, Footprints Filmworks,

and Twitter SA said on their website that the company has one

 of the largest following

on social media, and accepted the $2 million

dollars from Pakistani

 Fashion Outlets for

the promotion and marketing of fashion gear, but now,

the company is demanding more

market promotion without paying more.

 

“They are now requesting five million views for

the same price on  

social platforms. Yes,

we agree media viewership has been up a

 whopping 250% since the

pandemic, but that does

not mean we have to offer more likes

for the same price.’

 

Pakistani Mafia boss, Mr. Himesh Hathurani said that he

 was very upset

 that the deal has suddenly gone

sour as they are willing to pay the additional

 $3 million dollars to

The Omar Abdulla Group, but

does not know if the company can produce the

5 million more views on social

media as promised.

 

“You never know with The Omar Abdulla Group.

 We have been promoting

our brands of fashion,

and we want to buy more market share

in Africa and expand

into the Bollywood sector.’

 

Bollywood King, Mr. Shar Rukh Khan who spoke to

Bollywood News,

says that The Omar Abdulla

Group has been promoting their businesses

on social media,

but the

company seems to be losing

It’s lustre.

 

“Before the pandemic the company was producing

 world-class

films, now it’s all about

Tiktok videos and dance shows.

The Bollywood Mafia should

demand their money back.’

 

 

Jassat who gave the money to Abdulla back in January 2020,

says that the company has received

the leverage from Abdulla, but he is demanding more money

for less work.

 

“All we wanted was market share in Africa, and now

he is becoming greedy.

 If necessary,

we will use the necessary force to gain

traction from him.’

 

Mr. Omar Abdulla who spoke from his Sandton home,

 in South Africa,

 says that he should of never

taken the money from The Bollywood Mafia, as they are

threatening to ‘break his legs.’

 

“We cannot work under control or under

 strict management.

The work for the $2 million dollars

has been completed and the remaining

$3 million dollars has

to be paid for the rest of

the marketing to continue.’

 

Bollywood actress Ms. Shradda Kapoor cooled from Delhi

 that Bollywood had

long financed African investment and was looking

forward to Abdulla’s presidential

film, “My Father, The President…”

 

“He has the looks and dance moves to make

this film a blockbuster.’

 

IOt is said that the underground Bollywood Mafia,

 has been hard

 at work with investments into

hundreds of companies in Africa.

 

“Most Asians want to know about the gossip of Indians

 in South Africa,

and the global diaspora,

and who knows if Abdulla’s company can

produce good quality

films that can inspire Bollywood and

counterparts.’ ended a Lahore resident.

 

The ongoing war between The Bollywood

Mafia and

The Omar Abdulla Group continues…

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