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Armed Security Men Storm Joi Nunieh’s House

Armed security men have stormed the residence of the suspended Managing Director of the Niger Delta Development Commission, NDDC, Dr. Joi Nunieh, in Port Harcourt.

Dr Nunieh expected to appear before before the House of Representatives committee investigating alleged mismanagement of N81 billion at the NDDC (Thursday) today.

It was gathered that the security men stormed her residence since 4.00am.

Dr. Nunieh was managing director of the Interim Management Committee set up by President Muhammadu Buhari to conduct forensic audit at the NDDC.

Nunieh, had claimed she slapped the Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Senator Godswill Akpabio, in his Abuja home for sexually harassing her.

Earlier, at the weekend, Akpabio had during an interview on ARISE TV, accused Nunieh, who was removed about six months ago, of unnecessary paranoia, which he said affected her alleged relationships with her previous four husbands.

Akpabio also accused Nunieh of insurbodination, failing to respond to official memos as well as lacking the requisite qualifications for holding a high office like the headship of the NDDC, including not being able to present a National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) certificate.

Earlier, at the weekend, Akpabio had during an interview on ARISE TV, accused Nunieh, who was removed about six months ago, of unnecessary paranoia, which he said affected her alleged relationships with her previous four husbands.

Akpabio also accused Nunieh of insurbodination, failing to respond to official memos as well as lacking the requisite qualifications for holding a high office like the headship of the NDDC, including not being able to present a National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) certificate.

But Nunieh, who said she served in Kwara State, alleged that Akpabio, always scheduled official meetings for private residences ‘ because he had a plan B’, noting that one time he smacked the minister in the face for sexually harassing her in his Apo, Abuja home.

The former NDDC boss wondered why the minister had so much interest in her private life, but said though her private life remains private, she had never been married to four husbands.

She added that she failed to respond to most of the memos, which was termed insurbodination, because they were frivolous and written by people under the minister who did not have such rights to carry out official communication with her office.

She also insisted that she was pressured by the minister to take an oath of allegiance, which she declined, thereby further souring her official relationship with the minister.

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