Acting Chairman Of NCDC Collapses While Being Questioned By Committee
By Kafeelat | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 6 views
Daniel Pondei, the NCDC acting chairman went unconscious after being interrogated by the house committee on the spending of the commission since he took over, the chairman was responding to allegation of 1.5 billion naira of financial misappropriation when he suddenly collapsed and could not give a response to questions asked by the chairman of the probe panel.
Weeks ago, the same chairman walked out of the committee after he was drilled on the same issue. This situation sparked a lot of interest in Nigerians as they seem to be awed with the acting chairman as the drama he performed was quite funny.
Nigerians took to their various social media accounts to give their opinions on the issue. Some people found the whole situation really funny as it was a normal thing in our country and were not surprised the acting chairman would put on the act while being questioned on misappropriation of funds.
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