The Acting Managing Director of Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Professor Kemebradikumo Daniel Pondie was at an investigate hearing to explain how NDDC spent 81 billion from January, 2020 to May, 2020 under his administration.
Professor Pondie collapsed and fainted where he was seated after he was questioned for about 45 minutes.
Pondie was immediately rushed out of the conference room to an hospital.
Nigerians have reacted to the news. A twitter user, Kay @Kaybaba_Mi tweeted "They are bunch of criminal looting our money."
Another twitter user with the handle @originaldrsam tweeted "Some years back Ike Ekweremadu played dumb at a court hearing. Dino melaye suddenly becomes camatose in order to evade EFCC arrest. Fayose burst into tears on National TV when he was asked to give account of his govt. Now this one has fainted, who is deceiving who?."
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