Jeff Bezos Blocks Woman After She Tweeted About Him Giving 1 Billion To Everyone In The World
A lady claims she has been blocked by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos after she took to Twitter to outline how she believes Bezos can eradicate world poverty while still remaining extremely wealthy.
“If Jeff Bezos has 200 billion dollars and there are 7 billion people on earth, why can’t we each have a billion and he’d be left with 193 billion dollars?” the woman tweeted.
Thousands of people educated her about economics and money problems after her tweet went viral.
She then clarified that she didn’t anticipate the tweet to go viral, and that as a result, Jeff Bezos had blocked her.
She then provided “evidence” in the form of a screenshot.
In other news, Pastor Tunde Bakare has posited that there should be a negotiation with the North for anyone who wants to lead Nigeria.
In an interview with ThisDay, the cleric stated that the “north has a way of giving you the crown and holding the sceptre” adding that he is not sure if the north would willingly give up power.
He stated that for such situation to change “our glorified death certificate called the Nigerian constitution must have to go through a rejig”.
“The way our country is constituted right now, no matter who wants to lead this country. Anyone that wants to lead this country right now will have to negotiate with the north and the north has a way of giving you the crown and holding the sceptre and if that’s going to change, our glorified death certificate called the Nigerian constitution must have to go through a rejig.
“I honestly will say, almost all the things that were going for the north in the days of Ahmadu Bello are no longer there. The textile industries where they dominated are not there anymore. The groundnut pyramids, etc. And what they have is what they hold. They have power.
“Nigeria is structured in such a way that no section can win an election by itself. The southerner cannot win an election without reaching out to the north and the northerner cannot win the election without reaching out to the south.”