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The world according to Senator Murray-Bruce

by www.punchng.com

Lekan Sote Ben Murray-Bruce, music and beauty pageant impresario, media mogul, and freshman Senator representing Bayelsa East, wants to remake the world in his own image. Those who suggest that he is hugging the media to sell himself as an “answer-man” who may one day ask to be elected Nigeria’s President must be envious spoilsports. […]

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