Ben Murray-Bruce, is a business magnate and popular senator in Nigeria representing Bayelsa East Constituency. The senator is known for his phrase “I just Want To Make Common Sense” on his series of episodes on Silver Bird TV.
The senator is an ardent advocate of the green economy and climate change action. He has many times spoken for clean and renewable energy to be used in Nigeria.
According to him, the car will be delivered to him by next year and he also noted that the Lucid Electric Car will have more miles per charge than Elon Musk’s Tesla cars.
He also highlighted that Nigeria should ban all combustion engine cars by 2035. Below are some questions we should ask ourselves;
1. Do you think Nigeria will be ready by 2035 to switch from petrol engines to electric car?
2. Remember that this same Senator Ben Bruce has urged Nigerians times without number to patronize and support Innoson motors. If we all go for electric cars, who will patronize Innoson, our very own indigenous brand?
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