Bunmi Tunji-Ojo, the chairman of the House of Representatives committee on Niger Delta has stepped aside from presiding over the panel probing the Nigeria Delta Development Commission (NDDC).
According to The Nation, Tunji-Ojo stepped aside at the hearing on Monday, July 20, to allow fair hearing and to protect his integrity and prove to Nigerians that he was not on any revenge mission.
This is coming three days after the acting boss of the body, Professor Kemebradikumo Pondei walked out on the committee.
Pondei who was supposed to appear before lawmakers of the lower legislative body on Thursday, July 16, shunned them.
He made this move while members of the committee were still deliberating and making contributions to an ongoing investigation in which Pondei is expected to be questioned.
However, the acting NDDC boss walked out on the committee, insisting that he is not ready to give any presentation.
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