See Nigerians Reaction As NDDC Acting MD Faints While Testifying Before Probe Panel (video)
By Marioofficialblog | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 9795 views
Drama as NDDC acting MD, Prof. Kemebradikumo Pondei faints on Live TV while testifying before probe panel.
The acting managing director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, Prof. Kemebradikumo Pondei, has fainted while testifying before probe panel on Monday.
The board of trustees is in its fourth day of formal review as it examines claimed budgetary misappropriation at the office.
Pondei had been grilled for longer than an hour and when he gradually drooped over his table, showing up faint.
When he was spotted, a few people present at the conference raced to his guide, raising him up and endeavoring to balance him, with the program stopped.
He at that point seemed, by all accounts, to be in a seizure with a man, holding open his mouth as others held him upstanding. After he seemed to recover and lose self-control irregularly, he was moved out of the meeting.
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