4 Prominent Politicians Who Had Fainted When Asked To Account For The Money Spent During Their Time.
It is very Sad indeed how the economy in Nigeria is with numerous of politicians looting funds meant for the public and getting away with it, as most of them have pending cases in court which isn't likely to be revised again.
What happened today doing the probe was something which isn't new to Nigerians and it really breaks my heart as it's obvious these set of people doesn't want the progress of our great country.
The first man on my list who had also fainted when asked for accountability is our beloved senator Dino Melaye.
Dino Melaye is a politician, a senator and was a member of the 8th Nigeria assembly representing Kogi west under the PDP party. It could be Recalled that he evaded police arrest for 8 days before turning himself in, and later fainted along the way. He had also attempted to escape through a police van window amongst many others.
The second politicians who had also fainted when be asked to show accountability is Olisa Metuh.
Olisa Metuh is a Nigerian Lawyer, Politician and the former National Publicity Secretary of the People's Democratic Party. He had been sentenced to prison and asked to return over 300 million naira.
The Third man who had also gone unconscious when been asked for accountability on money was Abdulrasheed Maina.
He was a pension boss and was carried to court for money laundering, he was asked to surrender 23 properties for investigation to the EFCC. All this was during Good luck Jonathan era as president.
The Fourth and most recent man is Pondei, the managing director of NDDC.
who had fainted today when he was asked to show account of how money was spent during his time in office by the House of Representatives committee. Even Buhari would be shocked at the turn out of events.
What are your thoughts on these men.
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