Nigerians Slam Senator Ben Bruce For Publishing His Book In Texas Instead Of Using A Nigerian Company

Nigerians Slam Senator Ben Bruce
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Nigerian social media users has taken to different social media platforms to call out Senator Ben Bruce for publishing his book “A Commonsense Revolution” outside the country. Just days ago, he was of the opinion that the Nigerian Jersey designed and sold by Nike would have made a lot of revenue for the country if they were designed and sold by a Nigerian firm.

He has also been at the forefront of enlightening the populace of ‘buy Nigeria’ idea and yet he published his book in Texas, USA which would have been done by Nigerians in Lagos or Aba at cheaper rates.

Some Reactions On The Internet Below!

Nigerians Slam Senator Ben Bruce

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Nigerians Slam Senator Ben Bruce

Nigerians Slam Senator Ben Bruce

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Nigerians Slam Senator Ben Bruce

Nigerians Slam Senator Ben Bruce

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