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FF News: Wet Markets said to 're-open,' says The Wolf?

“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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