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Today is Fake Sheikh Day. Exactly one year ago, New World proudly announced to the world it had signed its absurd sale purchase agreement with the now infamous Fake Sheikh, “Dr” Muaaz KH M Alfahaid, to gain supposed access to the Kuwaiti oil market. Whether or not New World was ever able to determine if “Dr” Alfahaid was even Kuwaiti is unclear, but there is one thing we can be sure of. Having given “Dr” Alfahaid €1million, in the expectation of receiving $20million (ho, ho, ho), the good “Dr” promptly buggered off to leave red faces all round. Twelves months later, and with New World Oil & Gas’ (NEW) latest fiasco raging, ShareProphets is now delighted to share a photo once more of the good “Dr” together with none other than Bill Kelleher, Peter Sztyk and two other interesting chaps…
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