Meet The NDDC Boss That Fainted On Live Television
By IgboGreatest123 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Daniel Pondei, the Acting Chairman of Niger Delta Development Commission ( NDDC) fainted on live television, while he was being questioned about the alleged financial misappropriation of the Agency by Representatives of the House Assembly Committee on NDDC Affairs.
Channels TV reported that This is the fourth day he is being grilled and investigated about the allegations.
Pondei was being questioned for over 50 minutes before people noticed that he has fell down and appeared to have fainted. Immediately he was spotted the people present, they quickly went to help him.
Daniel Pondei is a Professor of Medicine in the Niger Delta University ( NDU) in Bayelsa State. He was appointed on the 20th of February 2020/as the Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission ( NDDC).
The Hearings in the National Assembly was halted after he appeared to have fainted, the investigation was stopped after the members of the public asked for it, so that he Pondei can be properly taken care off
Let's pray he gets well soon. Please share.
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