A lady named Nefertiti on her Twitter handle has said that Amazon are currently on a mission to construct their headquarter worth over $300 million, which is meant to generate not less than 5,239 jobs during the face of it's construction for all South Africa citizens, while 19,000 other jobs would be provided indirectly through thesame development of Amazon in the country.
The lady still emphasized that the senate is busy creating database for cows in Nigeria, the lady seems to be angered at the rate of development other countries are experiencing while Nigerian law makers are busy carrying out inconsequential moves. Some Nigerians have shared their replies on Twitter with many also angry along with the lady, the lady even jokingly said that cows might soon have national identification numbers soon. Please check out some replies from Nigerians so far.
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