"We Are Not Stupid"- Says Nigerians As Top Official Fainting During Interogation Session.
By Ggkulture | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Niger Delta Development Commission Director, Daniel Ponder on Monday 20th of July 2020, during the session of committee questioning over the N536M, paid to a group associated with " Save Lives Of Niger Delta People".
The Managing Director, during the interview, looked like he had a seizure and was rushed by the men in the meeting to help save him, a man was seen holding his mouth to keep it open, until he appeared to regain his composite before he losing it again until he was moved out of the session.
After this development, a discussion was made to adjourn the session, which led to the Deputy Chairman of the Committee to call for a 30-minute recess.
Some Nigerians have reacted to this act. Some feel he is faking, while others think he might actually be really having a seizure.
Below are some reactions.
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