Tayo Oviosu has plans to migrate cash-reliant consumers in Nigeria and Ethiopia onto his brand-new digital platform, one that also allows users to trade stocks and bonds, too. Many people in African countries rely solely on cash to handle their transactions, but Tayo Oviosu has an idea to change all that—and not just in Africa. QuickTake Bloomberg’
On the latest episode of The Ezra Levant Show, China expert Gordon G. Chang called in to talk about the communist country’s relationship with #Huawei, the telecommunication company set to build a Canadian 5G network with Telus. Rebel News Canada News video.
FOX Business’ Lou Dobbs, FoxNews.com columnist Liz Peek, Kaltbaum Capital Management president Gary Kaltbaum, River Twice Capital president Zachary Karabell and Capitalist Pig hedge fund’s Jonathan Hoenig discuss global economies and world leaders at Davos. FOX Business Network News video.
How exactly does an apolitical young Hong Konger end up on the front lines of the Hong Kong protests? How did he lose his faith in the Hong Kong police, which he had always held in high regard? What is it like actually facing off against riot police? And why is he determined to stay the course? This is American Thought Leaders 🇺🇸, and I’m Jan Jekielek. In this episode—part of our special series “Voices of Hong Kong”—we’ll sit down with a Hong Kong front line protester nicknamed “Little Driver,” who was at Prince Edward station on August 31st when anti-riot police attacked and hit both protestors and non-protestors, by many accounts, indiscriminately. He shares about why he started protesting and what motivates him to keep going day after day. American Thought Leaders – The Epoch Times video.
India has passed the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB), a new law that will make it easier for non-Muslim minorities from neighbouring countries to gain Indian citizenship. Opposition to it is especially strong in India’s northeastern Assam state, which borders Bangladesh. Assam is an ethnically diverse region, with a large Muslim population. Thousands have defied a curfew to protest the new measure. People in Assam fear undocumented Hindu migrants from neighboring Bangladesh will now be granted citizenship, and dilute the political sway of the region. A recent citizenship registry exercise already excluded 2 million people in Assam, who now have to prove their citizenship or be rendered stateless. Hindus left off the list now have protection. But not Muslims, who could face deportation. DW News video.