When it comes to transparency and accountability, count Nigerian Politicians out, they are so corrupt to the extent that they do not even value the electorate that elected them to power.
Another drama happened today in the National assembly when the NDDC boss was asked how he spent #81billion.
Apparently, he has nothing to answer, in order to save his face, he fainted and was rushed to the clinic.
We hereby present to you four politicians that have fainted during Interrogation.
1. Senator Dino Melaye ; he was the senator representing Kogi West Senatorial District in the National Assembly. While coming out of the house, Senator Melaye slumped to the floor and was later assisted onto his feet.
He was thereafter taken to the office of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS) in Guzape, the nation’s capital.
2. Olisah Metuh ;
Metuh who is defending a seven-count charge the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, preferred against him and his firm, Destra Investment Limited, fell down shortly after his case was called-up for hearing and remained motionless on the floor.
3. Abdulrasheed Maina
Chairman of defunct Pension Reform Task Team (PRTM), Abdulrasheed Maina, on Thursday, November 21st 2019 stalled proceedings at the Federal High Court, Abuja as he bled from his nostrils.
Maina began bleeding shortly after the court resumed his trial. The accused, who was sitting with families and officers of the Nigerian Correctional Services, was assisted up by two of the officers to be taken to the dock by his counsel, Francis Oronsaye
Mr Pondei was responding to allegations of 1.5billion naira of financial misappropriation when he suddenly collapsed and couldn’t respond to questions from the chairman of the probe panel.
Efforts from witnesses to resuscitate him were however effective when he regained consciousness shortly afterwards
Mr Daniel Pondei leaves the panel after feeling unwell and could not continue his defence.
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