NDDC drama: Governor Wike saves Joi Nunieh after hours of house detention

For a while now, there has been some controversy surrounding the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) following the launch of an investigation on alleged corruption in the commission. While the spotlight is on a few actors, more and more Nigerians have expressed interest in this story as many have taken to social media to share their opinions on the issue.

In a recent update, Joi Nunieh, the immediate Past Managing Director of the NDDC was reported to have had her house surrounded by some police officers preventing her from attending the hearing on the NDDC scheduled to hold today at the National Assembly, Abuja.

When this news broke out, Nigerians took to social media in reaction to the update, with many people faulting the idea of a Nigerian being a democratic state while blaming the police for allowing themselves to be tools for these abnormalities.

Many people shared their reservations about the latest developments, stressing that the actions of whoever is responsible for the aborted arrest may be proving her points about alleged corruption going on in the NDDC.

However, while this was happening, Rivers Governor, Nyesom Wike, came to the rescue for Dr. Joi as he went in person to evacuate Joi from the circle of policemen that surrounded her house.

Reacting to the bravery of Governor Wike, many Nigerians applauded him for his efforts noting that they look forward to the outcome of the hearing which the security agents tried to prevent the former NDDC MD from attending.

For many Nigerians, the NDDC saga is one that many Nigerians can relate with, even on a lower scale as they pointed out that government officials also use intimidation as a tool for getting away with injustice.

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