- Bicks Ndoni has died at the ANC regional offices in Nelson Mandela Bay on Monday
- Ndoni, who served as the chief whip in the region, left the doctor's office to attend a work meeting
- Ndoni allegedly collapsed into his chair as the meeting came to an end
ANC chief whip in Nelson Mandela Bay Bicks Ndoni met his untimely demise on Monday.
Ndoni wasn't feeling well and consulted with a doctor earlier, but still opted to attend the important meeting of the Zola Nqini cluster.
Upon arrival, Ndoni made mention of his doctor's visit and that he was feeling under the weather.
News 24 reported that a party insider shed light on Ndoni's final moments in the meeting.
The insider said, "He later started preparing to leave, but as he was getting up, he collapsed into the chair he was sitting in and held on to his chest."
Luyolo Nqakula, an ANC regional co-ordinator, confirmed that Ndoni came to work following his doctor's visit and paid tribute to the committed politician.
Nqakula said, "He took his last breath with his boots on as he was in an organisational meeting."
Nqakula added that his colleagues are still in disbelief by his sudden death.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Ndoni worked in politics since the start of democracy and was named the first mayor of Uitenhage.
In 2018, Ndoni became chief whip of the council after the DA was voted out.
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