He fainted while he was being asked about the spending of the commission since he took over.
Acting Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, Daniel Pondei, appeared to faint as the House of Representatives committee on NDDC grilled him on Monday.
Let's Have a look at some of the comments by Nigerians:
"If he talks, he might die so, he kuku fainted. Those men sitting in the room are the real looters but this MD will never name them due to the sworn oath"
"You just can’t make this stuff up, Nigeria is a full blown comedy show"
"Comedy indeed, but more of tragedy because those guys are driving us into perpetual servitude.
A nation, in the brink, of collapsing."
"I can't understand why some Nigerians will be surprised or "SHOCKED" at this show of shame. I certain former senator also played this card sometime ago. Nigeria needs help from outside. The cleansing can't happen from within. Even those probing him are not better than him."
"May God punish Olisah Metu and Dino Melaye for introducing fainting while under interrogations for corruption charges."
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