Ben Murray-Bruce, former senator representing Bayelsa east and entrepreneur, has welcomed his first grandson.


In a post via his Twitter page on Saturday, the politician said the baby — christened Cameron — was born on March 9.

“I’m excited! My first grandson, Cameron, born to @jaredmurrayb and Susie Murray Bruce on the 9th of March, 2022,” he wrote.

He also accompanied the post with photos of the new baby alongside Jared, his son, as well as Susie, his wife.



Bruce’s grandchild is arriving a few weeks after the ex-lawmaker lost Margaret, his mother.

It also comes about two years after Evelyn, his wife, passed away.

Bruce had earlier lamented the death of his mother, adding that she was his “support system, best friend and everything.”

“Life. Indeed, like sand in the wind, today it’s here, tomorrow it’s gone. My mum is gone. She died at 4:40am this morning. My gem of inestimable value, my support system, my best friend, my everything—she’s gone,” he had written.


“My consolation is that in her lifetime, I gave her not just everything that money could buy, but most importantly, I gave her my presence, my time, my everything.

“On uncountable occasions, I will go to her house to hug her and play with her for no reason but love, the kind that only sons share with their mums. I love you, mum, and I miss you. This one hurts so bad. Forever yours.”

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