Nigerian Senator Pre Orders $300,000 Flying Car, Shares Receipt

Ben Murray-Bruce, a Nigerian senator, recently revealed that he has placed a pre-order for a flying car from Alef Aeronautics, a California-based startup.

The reported value of this remarkable vehicle exceeds $300,000. In a tweet accompanied by a photo of the sleek black car and a receipt displaying the pre-order notice, the former Bayelsa East Senator shared his excitement.

As a staunch advocate of electric cars, Murray-Bruce expressed his delight in announcing his pre-order, emphasizing that flying cars are no longer confined to the realm of science fiction.

He further stated his intention to bring the flying car to Nigeria, expressing hope that the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) would warmly receive this innovative mode of transportation.

I am filled with excitement as I proudly declare my pre-order of Alef, the remarkable FAA-approved flying electric car from @AlefAeronautics! It represents a powerful testament to the limitless possibilities of our future, where the concept of flying cars has transitioned from science fiction to reality. As a long-standing advocate for electric vehicles, I took the pioneering step of being the first to own one in Nigeria.
Let us raise a toast to the next great leap in transportation. Africa, it is our time to soar! I am eagerly anticipating the arrival of this revolutionary innovation in Nigeria, and I hope that the Nigeria Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) @NigeriaCAA is prepared for the transformative journey ahead,”
he expressed.

See the post below!

I am thrilled to announce my preorder of Alef, @AlefAeronautics, the first FAA-approved flying electric car! A testament to our boundless future—flying cars aren’t just for sci-fi anymore. For years, I’ve been an advocate for electric vehicles, and I was the first to own one in…

— Ben Murray-Bruce (@benmurraybruce) July 7, 2023

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