Just-In: NDDC Acting MD Faints During Public Hearing
By Deniyi1 | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Reports just coming in revealed that Professor Daniel Pondei, the acting Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, has collapsed.
The NDDC boss was reported to have fainted where fainted he was seated as members of the House Committee on NDDC grilled him.
The committee had grilled him for about 45 minutes before Professor Pondei slumped from his seat.
The NDDC Boss was immediately Pondei rushed out of the Conference Room 231, venue of the investigative hearing on illegal spending and mismanagement of funds.
Senator Godswill Akpabio, the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, who was summoned alongside the NDDC Boss, however, stayed behind.
It will be recalled that the House Committee investigating the misappropriation of funds at the Commission, had last Friday, summoned the Acting NDDC Boss and the Minister for Niger Delta Affairs to appear before it, following the revelations made by Joi Nunieh, the former Boss of NDDC, during her last appearance.
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