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Ideas Ruled the World: Senator Ben Murray-Bruce, Urges Federal Government to Invest in Youth Ideas

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Ideas Ruled the World: Senator Ben Murray-Bruce, Urges Federal Government to Invest in Youth Ideas

Senator Ben Murray-Bruce

Senator Ben Murray-Bruce

The world will are living today is ruled and run by innovative individuals, who change the world through their creative ideas.

The great people of this world such as Bill Gates‘s of Microsoft Inc, late Steve Jobs‘s of Apple Inc, Oprah Winfrey‘s of Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN)  , Mark Zuckerberg‘s of Facebook IncJeff Bezos’s of Amazon Inc , Larry Page and Sergey Brin’s of Google Inc and many others innovative individuals all ruled this world thorough ideas and innovation.

Outspoken Chairman of Silverbird Group and Senator of Federal Republic of Nigeria, Ben Murray-Bruce, this time around is urging the federal government to heavily invest in ideas of young Nigerians.

He further stress his point that Federal Government should invite Chinedu Echeruo who recently sold his idea to Apple for a billion dollars to help mentor our youths.

Many Nigerians buy his idea, but the notable person that support the motion is veteran Nollywood actress and Diva Omotola Jolade Ekeinde, who even suggested that federal government should appoint more young people into it cabinet, further suggested the  duo of Future Awards initiator Adebola Williams and Chude Jideonwo .

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