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Musk and Jeff Bezos asked to ‘act now‘ and provide $6 billion dollars to solve the world’s hunger problem

Musk responded to a repost of a CNN article that quoted David Beasley, the director of the UN’s World Food Program, who said billionaires need to “step up now”—namely Musk and Jeff Bezos and should “act now”. He responded on Sunday, according to Fox Business, to a request from social media users to sell shares to tackle global hunger.

Beasley specifically called for action by co-founders Musk and Amazon.com Inc.  Jeff Bezos, number one billionaire on Bloomberg. Beasley said that just $6 billion could save 42 million people from death.

“The $6 billion is to help the 42 million people who will literally die if we don’t reach them. It is not difficult,” he said.

Elon Musk says he would sell Tesla stock right now if the UN World Food Program can describe how exactly how $6B will solve world hunger

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The world’s richest man, Elon Musk’s net worth is $300 billion. Photo credit: programme-television.org

Elon Musk, the world’s richest man, challenged a United Nations official’s claim that just a small percentage of his wealth could help solve world hunger, According to Yahoo Finance

Musk pointed out that things are not that simple. He responded to a post by an artificial intelligence researcher who pointed out that  The World Food Programme (WFP) raised $8.4 billion in 2020. He then asked, “Why couldn’t we solve the global hunger problem?” According to WFP’s website, the amount it needs is still $5.3 billion short. The agency did not immediately respond to emails from Fox News.

Musk tweeted that if the UN program can “describe on this Twitter thread exactly how $6B will solve world hunger, I will sell Tesla stock right now and do it.” He called on transparent and open accounting.

He wrote about The World Food Program (WFP) request in a transparent and public report that “If I could accurately explain in this Twitter thread how $6 billion will solve global hunger, I would sell Tesla stock  and do so now.” … …

Musk responded to comments from the director of the UN World Food Programme, which repeated calls last week after a previous tweet calling on billionaires like Jeff Bezos and himself to “act now, one-off”.

The post sparked an online debate with some Democrats hoping it will help billionaires fund Biden’s Build Back Better bill and pay a “fair share”.

42 million people could die of hunger globally as  they face a severe food shortage crisis

 Food crises are occurring in countries such as Ethiopia, Yemen, and Afghanistan, and in many cases delivering food to those in need is met with government opposition. Last week, the UN reported that Tigray’s airstrikes on the local capital, Mekele, forced him to turn around.

Just 14% of needed aid has entered Tigray since the blockade began, according to the U.N., and almost no medicine at all.

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Elon Musk Net Worth

Musk is the CEO of an electric car company, which last week joined a handful of companies worth over $1 trillion. That $6 billion is only a  fraction of Musk’s current  $311 billion fortune, according to the Billionaires Index, and less than his $9.3 billion increase on October 29 alone.

Elon Musk, the founder of Telsa, has a net worth of $300 billion.

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