The Chairman of the House Committee probing alleged financial irregularities at the Niger Delta Developmemt Commission (NDDC), Tunji Ojo, has stepped out.
Reasons for his decision to resign from the committee has not been communicated to the press.
It is, however, believed that the decision is not unconnected to the stance of the Interim Managing Director of the NDDC, Prof Kemebradikumo Pondei.
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Pondei, had last week walked out on the probe panel stating that Ojo was an interested party in the scandal rocking the commission having been accused of been involved in the financial irregularities being investigated by the Forensic Auditors.