Acting Managing Director of Interim Management Committee(IMC) the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) Professor Kemebradikumo Pondei and his group on Thursday left the House of Representatives Committee on NDDC.
He said he and the group were not set up to make any introduction before the board of trustees.
Pondei had abjected to Chairman of the Committee, Olubunmi Tunji-Ojo, managing the insightful hearing, demanding he can't direct an issue in which he is a charged.
While individuals were all the while making commitment on the issue, the Acting MD looked for authorization to forget about and strolled before the advisory group could concede or dismiss his solicitation.
Enraged individuals from the Committee blamed the Interim Management Committee for attempting to baffle authoritative capacities and requested a warrant of capture be given against him.
The Committee likewise collectively passed a demonstration of positive support on its Chairman.
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