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Drama in National Assembly complex as NDDC acting Boss, Mr. Pondei fainted while being question how money allocated to the commission are managed under his leadership.
Recalled that Niger Delta Commission has been on news for many days for alleged corruptions practice happening in the commission.
Ms. Joy Nunieh earlier accused Senator Godswill Akapbio who is the Minister of Niger Delta of being corrupt. This resulted to her summoning by the National Assembly to explain what she knows about dealings in the commission.
She also accused Senator Akpabio of removing her from Office ad the NDDC boss due to her refusal to compromise.
After her testimony to National Assembly through online means, Mr Pondei was invited to say what he knows but unfortunately he fainted when questions are being throw at him.
Here are some reactions from all Nigerians after Mr. Pondei fainted at National Assembly after being question. (Screenshots)
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