Ezenwa Ifeanyinwa, a female delegate slumped at the National Conference shortly after the resumption of the afternoon session on Wednesday.
Ifeanyinwa, a representative of the Market Women Association, was returning from the lunch break and was heading towards the plenary chamber when she suddenly fainted. Security agents, operatives from the State Security Service, SSS and the National Security and Civil Defense Corps, NSCDC, immediately assisted her. She was taken into one of the anterooms outside the Conference plenary chamber and was later brought out to the lobby where a doctor and to attend to her.
But as soon as the medical doctor arrived, SSS operatives, ordered a few journalists who witnessed the incident to leave.
The delegate was very vibrant during the early hours of the day and was involved in the debate on President Goodluck Jonathan’s address to the Conference.