Acting Managing Director Of NDDC Faints During Trial By The House Of Representative Committee
By jumJUM | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 6 views
Nigeria herself is a drama house. Different actings everyday especially from our Politicians when it comes to probing. Every time our Politicians are being called to account for their responsibilities, it usually lead to unexplainable issue like falling sick, going for treatment abroad.
Another latest drama in the town is about professor Daniel Pondei,the Acting Managing Director of Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) who fainted while being queried by House of Representative committee on Niger Delta Development Commission today 20 July 2020.
He fainted while he was being asked about the spending of the commission since he assumed the office and also the mismanagement of fund.
Pondei was grilled by members of the committee over the payment of 536 million naira to a associate in the Niger Delta region.
He has been hospitalized and the hearing went on recess, however Godswill Akpabio awaits his turn soon.
Source: Sahara Reporter, Channels
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