See Photos Of How The MD Of NDDC Losses Conciousness During Probe Session
The federal house of representatives were having a price session over the corruption in the NDDC. Some members of the house of representatives were present, the Managing Director of the NDDC, and also the Minister for Niger delta affairs. The meeting was going on smoothly as the MD of NDDC was giving the answers to the questions he is being asked. Then all of a sudden, while a member was still reading out his question, someone just noticed that the MD was unconcious. At first, when i saw him placing his head on the table, i thought he was just resting, not until someone called out the attention of the members that he had lost conciousness. They tried to revive him, by opening his mouth and pouring water on his face. He however regained conciousness for some seconds, before losing it again. They were again to revive him, then he was rushed out of the session. See photos below.
The minister for Niger delta affairs, Godswill Akpabio being seated.
However, the members refused to reschedule the probe session, even after what just happened.
What are your thoughts on this? Do you think the probe session should have been rescheduled? Please drop a comment below.
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