An NDDC Government official from Nigeria collapsed on live television during a meeting while he was being questioned based on mismanagement of funds,the questions proved to much for him to bear and this caused him to faint.
The acting managing director of the Niger Delta Development commission who is known as Daniel Pondei attended an official meeting and while he was being questioned by the committee in the house of representatives, he fainted.
According to this video, Mr Daniel Pondei spent funds unlawfully and was not feeling comfortable due to the tough and challenging questions that was thrown at him based on the unlawful spending of the funds, in the video he seemed very frustrated as the questions were asked,on television we could see that he was not relaxed,after some seconds Mr Daniel Pondei started to behave in a strange manner and fainted on the table, a man behind him tapped him, but Mr Pondei was unresponsive, so the man held Mr Pondei up and this got the attention of the crowd.
So some people came to his aid to resuscitated Mr Pondei.
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