Mrs Joy Nunieh, who is the interim managing director of the National Center for Disease and Control has narrated the reason why she slapped Senator Godswill Akpabio, who is the former governor of Akwa Ibom state, a former minority leader of the House of Senate and the present Minister of Niger-Delta affairs, under president Muhammadu Buhari's administration.
The woman narrating the ordeal in a video said, she is the only Ogoni woman to have ever slapped the senator after he did what she doesn't like to her.
When one of the interviewers asked her to explain the reason why she did that to the minister, she said, after the minister wanted to force her to collect some amount of money which she boycotted, she said he decided to carry out his Plan B on her.
She revealed it that the Minister promised to make her the Managing Director of a Government corporation and that, the minister doesn't know that money doesn't entice Port Harcourt women.
When he saw that the plan failed, he invited her to a meeting, and along the line he started assaulting her and she eventually slapped his face for him.
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