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Influence who becomes your successor, Pastor Bakare tells Buhari

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The Serving Overseer, Latter Rain Assembly, Pastor Tunde Bakare, has urged the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), not to leave the choice of who takes over from him in 2023 to chance.

In a nationwide live broadcast in his church on Sunday, Bakare, who paid Buhari a visit last week, said it was important for Buhari to influence who will emerge his successor in 2023 so that his legacies will not be rubbished.

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Buhari had recently declared that he would not influence who would succeed him.

But Bakare, who had last year declared that he would succeed Buhari, said there was a risk that a looter might take over if Buhari did not deliberately plan and determine who his successor will be.

Bakare said,

“God is into succession. Anyone that does not concern himself about succession is destroying his legacies.”

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Women stop exposing your pregnancy on social media, Kemi Olunloyo reacts to Nicole Thea’s death

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Controversial investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo has reacted to the death of pregnant British YouTube star, Nicole Thea.

Olunloyo has warned women to desist from flaunting their baby bump on social media.

According to Kemi, not everyone are happy for your pregnancy and she believes some haters go as far as using ‘destruction juju’.

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Kemi wrote on IG;

“#WELLNESSKEMI For me it’s a personal opinion: How come so many showing their pregnant belly on this app always lose their baby and now her life? NICOLE IS DEAD!! Pregnant ladies I believe in this destruction juju. Stop exposing your personal pregnancy life on social media. Not everyone is happy for you. This young pregnant media personality lost her life and the baby. Her family wants privacy while most of you want to know what killed her.

This is where I come in but you now see why Investigative Journalism with no funding ends. I know how she died. It will come out later from them. “A month full of sadness, health gone and life ended” the opposite of her caption. Lord plssss watch over us. May she rest in peace”.

See her Tweet below;

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Alibaba’s Jack Ma sells $8.2 bn worth shares, stake dips to 4.8%

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Alibaba Group Holding Ltd co-founder Jack Ma has cut his stake in the company over the past year to 4.8 per cent from 6.2 per cent, cashing out around 8.2 billion dollars at its current share price, the firm’s annual filing released on Friday showed.

The divestment comes as Jack retired as the Chinese e-commerce company’s executive chairman in September and pulled back from formal business roles to focus on philanthropy.

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Alibaba did not disclose the average selling price of his divestment.

Its share price has risen around 40 per cent since jack reported his 6.2 per cent holding in the company a year ago.

The stock’s stellar performance has been helped by forecast-beating earnings growth, even as China’s economy sharply slows, as more people shop online for essentials due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Alibaba Executive Vice Chairman Joseph Tsai also reduced his stake in the company over the same period, to 1.6 per cent from 2.2 per cent.

The offloaded shares were worth 3.3 billion dollars as of Friday.

Both Jack and Joseph have been steadily less involved in Alibaba’s regular operations since Daniel Zhang was announced as Ma’s successor as company chairman.

He assumed that role formally in September 2019.

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Throughout this year, the two have donated millions of units of personal protective equipment (PPE) via their individual charity arms to hospitals worldwide to help fight the spread of COVID-19.

An April 2019 filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission stated that Jack would plan to sell up to 21 million shares within one year to support his philanthropic efforts.

 

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