Daniel Pondei was responding to the allegations of #1.5 billion of financial misappropriation when he suddenly collapsed and could not respond to the questions that were being asked by the Chairman of the probe panel.
According to an eye witness, information was gathered that Mr. Daniel Pondei left the panel after feeling sick and could not continue his defense.
The management of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) has said that the Acting Managing Director of NDDC, Prof. Daniel Pondei, has been sick for two weeks now and that he ignored the doctors' advice of not to attend the investigative hearing of House of Representative.
Imagine! Prof. Daniel Pondei did not suddenly collapse before or after the defense, but rather he chooses to collapse When he was about answering the question he was asked.
Who are they deceiving? Please let him come back and answer the question they asked him with full details. Just because he is the Acting Managing Director of NDDC doesn't mean that he should come and act in the House of Representatives.
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