About-to-wed man drinks insecticide over alleged crash of MMM scheme | Nigeria News Today. Your online Nigerian Newspaper

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A soon-to-wed man simply identified as Adakole is currently between life and death after allegedly taking insecticide following the alleged crash of Ponzi scheme, Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox, famously known as MMM.

The incident happened in Otukpo, Benue State, after promoters and participants were thrown into confusion on Tuesday following the news that the ponzi scheme has been frozen.

Reports had it that all confirmed accounts, as at early hours of Monday, were frozen.

It was gathered that Adakole, a native of Ai Okpe in Okpokwu LGA whose wedding is slated for December 28 had earlier invested 300 thousand into the scheme last month and was expecting to get his 30 per cent income before his wedding.

An eyewitness told our reporter that when the news broke out Tuesday morning, Adakole, who was introduced into the business literally went mad.

“Kole is my childhood friend, we all grew up in Ugbokolo but when he traveled to Abuja to meet with the pastor of his fiancée, he said someone introduced him into the MMM thing but I and his babe warned him but he told us the scheme was not a scam.

“He invested the 300k he was saving for his wedding into the thing and was expecting to get the 30 per cent before his wedding on 28 of this month.


“This early morning, he called me to check the internet if the story of the alleged crashed of the scheme was true, I told him so I heard and he screamed and hung up.

“When I heard him, I knew it was no longer funny, so I had to rush to his house around Sabon Gari to discover that he had taken Raid insecticide. I had to call the fiancée to inform her.

“I had to take him to the clinic where he is currently battling for his life. The babe is already on her way from Abuja,” he added.

When our reporter contacted the Benue State Police Public Relations Officer, Moses Yamu, he said the incident has not been reported.

“We are yet to receive the report as we speak but I promise to get back to you as soon as I get the report,” he assured.

Meanwhile, the founders have announced that the scheme has not crashed as widely being speculated, adding that it was only in pause mode.

They called on investors not to panic as the scheme would return next year.

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  1. What has the Useless Nigeria Government achieved now because if not for thier sleepless Nights over what we the Masses were busy enjoying.....the money is our money, the risk is our risk....The government have no way of taking us out of self inflicted recession we sought our way out but then they will not allow us to rest...they don't care about us so they should leave us alone....look at what happened to this young Man now because of the over blown Media Propanganda about MMM haven crashed when its boldly written that Normalcy will return by January next year.....Government that said they care are killing us because the truth is that millions of Nigerians are actively involved in this so what ever negative action will be disastrous ...this is Government and Government authority madness

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    1. Are you expecting MMM to stay forever? ...plus wake up!. I have done MMM for the past 4 months and have made some hundreds of Naira. I was calculative and knew this will happen soon considering the rate of matching lately. So I stopped and advised my down liners to hold. So participants pls wake up from thinking MMM cannot crash. There's no free meal anywhere! !!.Be calculative.

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  2. It is only those flies that do not heed to advise that follow dead body into the grave. CBN and other groups warned people. Na Oju kokoro cause am! O pari!

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    1. isiaka, my first time of seeing comment that has sense from you. congrat

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  3. Hahahaha no free meal even in a Freetown

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  4. For those supporting MMM and Mavrodi. Read this https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergei_Mavrodi

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  5. This whole chaos of MMM crashing is not true as the system is only been upgraded & waiting for just a month shouldn't be a big deal.

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  6. Are you expecting MMM to stay forever? ...plus wake up!. I have done MMM for the past 4 months and have made some hundreds of Naira. I was calculative and knew this will happen soon considering the rate of matching lately. So I stopped and advised my down liners to hold except for few adamants who continued and are now gnashing there teeth. So pls wake up from thinking MMM cannot crash. There's no free meal anywhere! !!.MMM is sweet and might bounce back but be calculative. And don't think it'll be forever.

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  7. @Anonymous Dec.14 2016, 7:06AM Continue to deceive yourself mumu! ...and you think that at the end of the day, people will still rush with their money to MMM. NA confirmed mumu you be. Your eyes never clear. Na so it be for mugu wey don fall for 419. Your money don go be that!

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  8. Win some lose some. You can't win all the time. Dem first tell una to put money wey you fit forfeit. No be wedding money. Cos in truth these kind schemes dey always end like this.

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