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Senate rejects Tesla cars, says Nigeria don’t need electric cars in 21 Century (Video)
Civilization and meeting standards of other technologically inclined countries appear to be a century away following reactions to Bill seeking to make Tesla Cars official in Nigeria.
Senator Ben Murray-Bruce, known for his love for technology had presented before the red chamber a bill demanding to make electric-powered cars an official vehicle in the country surprisingly had negative feedback.
Among the reactions was Ike Ekweremadu urged to drop the bill noting Nigeria is an oil-producing nation and must be encouraged than accepting a technology that would do away with the country’s primary source of revenue.
Additionally, the Senate agreed that the idea could be visible but not suitable for Nigeria in the 21st century.
Protesting harder to convince the house, Murray-Bruce stated that he own a Tesla product that is powered by a Solar system for over five years in Abuja and never had experienced any wrong with the technology.
We understand the country is speedily adopting economically viable policies to help stabilize her economy including electronic transmission of election results, e-learning/examination, e-money, Single account system – would appreciate a global standard particularly one that supports global warming policy. Video