Ben Murray Bruce (Author of A Commonsense Revolution)
Nigerian Senator Ben Murray-Bruce Vacates Senate Seat; Expands Silverbird Group Film Ventures
In the 19th century, the luddites in England who were working in cotton mills destroyed the machines because they saw it as a great threat to their jobs. These workers who refused to upgrade their skills went on a massive offensive against the harmless jobs in their morbid fear of being redundant. In the end the machines triumphed as its time had truly come. The common sense Senator Ben Murray-Bruce presented a bill on April 10 this year to phase out cars run on petrol in favour of electric cars by the year It was thrown out during the first reading and never got the chance to make it to the second reading on the grounds that electric cars were impracticable for now and irrelevant. Like the luddites in the days of yore, the members of the upper chamber of the National Assembly do not want to face the reality of the changing times. Oil the world over is fast becoming endangered specie.
Following the end of the 8th Senate, Ben Murray-Bruce has revealed that he will return to his roots in entertainment. Mr Murray-Bruce, who represented Bayelsa State in the Senate, in a statement, on Wednesday, announced the collaborative expansion of Silverbird Group ventures in association with his Dream Magic Studios. Located in Los Angeles, California, Dream Magic Studios is a production studio complex and full-service pre and post-production house, which he founded in The first film slated for production is a Nigerian-based comedic-drama, DNA, with an anticipated worldwide holiday release in The path to immigration takes a laughable, yet dramatic turn for several hopefuls, when the outcome of their required paternity tests aren't quite what they were expecting. He also announced that he has assembled a dream team to bridge the gap between the burgeoning entertainment culture of the African Diaspora and Hollywood entertainment.
Nigerian business magnate and politician, Ben Bruce has taken to the social media platform to celebrate his 41st wedding anniversary with his beautiful wife. Love is regarded as one of the most beautiful things on earth and what many people spend their whole life searching for. While some remain hopeful about finding their one true love, others have been blessed with theirs and they continue to celebrate their blessings. One of such people is Nigerian politician and businessman, Ben Bruce. He recently took to the Facebook platform to celebrate 41 years in marriage with his beautiful wife.
Nigeria: Ben Bruce Set to Return to Entertainment, Expands Silverbird Group Film Ventures
With his June 6 departure from the Senate of the Federal Republic of Nigeria , Murray-Bruce returns to his roots in entertainment, greenlighting several film productions. The first film slated is Nigerian-based comedy, DNA, with an anticipated worldwide holiday release. The path takes a laughable, yet dramatic turn for the hopefuls, when the outcomes of their required paternity tests isn't what they expected. Murray-Bruce assembled a dream team to bridge the gap between the burgeoning entertainment culture of the African Diaspora and Hollywood entertainment. Taking the helm of the upcoming productions, is veteran Hollywood executive, Davina Douthard.
He is the founder of Silverbird Group. Ben has served in various public positions. In an interview with Connect Nigeria , Ben said he got into show business "by accident". Ben later went into promoting concerts. In , Ben Murray-Bruce ran for the governorship of Bayelsa State which was unsuccessful after he was screened out of the gubernatorial race under the umbrella of the People's Democratic Party. Bruce has spoken at a number of national and international events, in january he shared the stage alongside politicians and thought leaders at the inaugural Nigerian American Business Forum in Tampa, Florida , figures such as; senator Mohammed Shaaba Lafiagi , Media pioneer Biodun Shobanjo , NSE chairman Abimbola Ogunbanjo , motivational speaker Fela Durotoye , former governor Peter Obi and Award-winning technologist Ade Olufeko. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.