This is the Reason Why NDDC Management Walked Out During Meeting With House of Rep Members.
The Management team of the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) led by the Acting Managing Director, Daniel Ponder, walked out on the House of Representatives Committee on Niger Delta during a meeting on Thursday.
The committee is sitting to conduct an investigation on alleged mismanagement of funds by the management of the commission.
The acting Managing Director of the commission accused the Chairman of the committee, Olubunmi Tunji Ojo, of corruption and demanded that he recuse himself from the Investigative panel.
The NDDC Acting Managing Director said he and his team are not comfortable with the chairman presiding over the matter.
Other members of the committee intervened and told the NDDC team that no one can dictate the mode of operation to use for them.
Both parties did not agree with each other and the NDDC team later walked out of the meeting.
The lawmakers have also order the police to arrest the management team for walking out on them.
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