20/01/2022

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Lagos-based oil magnate, Gimbrown sets to run for 2023 Presidency

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Lagos based business mogul, Chief Brown Odeworitse Tesigimoje, has declared his intention to contest for the Nigeria’s presidency comes 2023, noting that his burning desire for the nation’s number one position was born out of his decision to empower Nigeria youths via job creation and save the nation from its current security and socioeconomic challenges.
 
Chief Brown, who is the CEO/Chairman, Gimbrown Marine Security Oil & Gas Limited, stated this to GbaramatuVoice during a courtesy visit by a specialized group to his residence at Eko Atlantic in Lagos State.
 
The oil and gas magnate said that his intention will be officially made public.

The maritime expert explained that the current situation in the country particularly the spate of youth unemployment cannot be allowed to continue.
 
According to him; “I want to save the Nigeria youths in this direction. I want to save them through job creation, I want to empower them; I have a well developed workable and sustainable blueprint that will help tame the nation’s unemployment rising profile. I am creating jobs presently in the maritime sector for the youths. And come 2023, when I assume the nation’s number one plum job, by the special grace of God, this blueprint will be expanded and replicated.
 
Brown, who hails from Ugborodo in Warri South West Local Government Area of Delta State, has been providing specialized maritime security services and offshore support since the early 2008, with operations in Nigeria, Benin, Ghana, Cameroon, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Malabo and international waters, added that it is not only about empowering Nigerians, it is about their welfare. 

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