FF News: The OMar Abdulla Group

FF News: The OMar Abdulla Group
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Billionaire Businessman, Omar Abdulla ‘set to arrive,’ in Los Angeles…??

(1 January 2020) Billionaire Businessman, Mr. Omar Abdulla is set to arrive in Los Angeles this afternoon, after meeting with executives in Miami for the un-bundling of Instagram SA and Facebook SA on their share sheets.

“These companies are now causing major losses for The Omar Abdulla Group, and our aim is to sell these shares back to the holding company, with the purchase of new found applications including Tik Tok SA and Likee SA.’ groomed a spokesperson for Footprints


Abdulla who invested over three years ago in these shares says that the market is now saturated after Facebook had purchased Instagram and WhatsApp.

“After Facebook had purchased these companies, we knew it was just a matter of time, before we see Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp fall.’ looped a South African resident.

Acting Ceo of Instagram SA, Mz. Mishka Dawood who spoke to The Laudium Daily, cooled that The Omar Abdulla Group was one of South Africa’s fastest growing companies, and sees the company investing into more secure investments including the insurance and finance industries.

“If you were to Google the companies breaking headlines they would probably be your Albarakha Bank, Naspers, Prime Media and Footprints Filmworks.’


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However, the icy cold Los Angeles weather has not been too friendly for Mr. Abdulla as him and his wife, had to make bitter decisions regarding the release of Instagram SA and Facebook SA.

“These social media companies just want to take control of the market by introducing new strict policies including hiding likes and creating fake robotic software that will eventually kill the algorithm of the media.’ kissed a Brits resident.

Concluding his remarks to The Los Angeles Times, Abdulla pooled that he was excited to have that extra free time and money to invest into shares that will grow beyond market dividends.

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