Making yourself happy is one of the most wonderful thing to do to one's self. Your happiness should be your topmost priority.
Recently, the 'Common Sense' crooner, Senator Ben Murray Bruce, a former senator of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria and Owner of the Silverbird Group of Companies got himself a yet to be manufactured lucid electric car.
See photos of him with the car below:
This move made by this great man has sparked a lot of reactions from many people.
Due to the present state of the nation where electricity stability is something we only dream of, many people suggested that he buys a generator to charge the car.
While others were of the opinion that he should have used the money he used in acquiring the vehicle to offer scholarships. Others were of the opinion that was a brilliant idea as the price of Premium Motor Spirit is ever on the rise. Who knows, it might get to 500 naira per liter with the way things are going.
A fellow and popular senator like him, Senator Shehu Sani advised him to buy a generator and put inside the boot in case of power failure.
See photos of their different reactions below:
In my own opinion, I do not see anything wrong in him buying an electric car but I would advice he does not use it in Nigeria due to power failure. He can drive the car elsewhere apart from Nigeria where there is uninterrupted power supply.
Do you think he is making the right move in the right direction?
What do you think he should have done instead? Do well to share your opinions with us in the comment section.
Thank you for reading.
Source: Punch Newspaper
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