It's no longer news of the acting MD of NDDC who fainted yesterday during his probing.
The acting MD of NDDC in person of Samuel Pondei did the unthinkable yesterday after he fainted during his probing.
He was summoned by the house of representatives to come and explain the funds he mismanaged from January up till this moment. Unfortunately for him,he couldn't give a tangible account on how the money was spent.
The meeting was hot yesterday and in the midst of it,the acting MD of NDDC fainted. Reason for this is not known. We can't say if it was pretended or it's real. But what Nigerians are saying is that he did that to escape the probing.
And of course after he fainted during the probing,he was seen going home and it doesn't look as if anything was wrong with him. In the video,people around were shouting that nothing is wrong with him. He should come and give account on how the money is spent. He was been protected by people around him.
Watch the video here.
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