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Following the alleged crash of online ponzi scheme, Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox, otherwise known as ‘MMM’ in Nigeria, an Abuja-based pastor, Bishop Fireman Dapada of the Mole Moba Motungbapada Ministry, has organised a prayer session for ’embattled’ participants.


The Bishop tagged the session “Mavrodi Return My Money”, in a trending banner on social media.

The MMM participants are expected to show up at the 7-day fire vigil service which is scheduled to start from January 7 to 13, 2017, with their phones, laptops, iPads and other technological devices used in transacting the questionable business.

The Bishop said the gadgets will be anointed and cleansed for safe usage.

The event, according to the banner which has gone viral, is expected to take place at the main bowl of the National Stadium in Abuja at exactly 9pm daily.

Recall that promoters and participants of MMM in Nigeria, were recently hit with the news of the allegedly crash of the ponzi scheme, in which all confirmed accounts, were frozen.

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  1. Another 41 10 wei pas 419.

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  2. MMM participants and investors pls beware of another schemer. But come to think of it, you can invite the pastor to the burial ceremony of the so called MMM on January the 17th.Let him come and officiate in the burial ceremony. When will our 'MUMU' ever do us? Any it is a lesson to many. They simply round-tripped you people and now ran away with your investments. INVESTMENTS? WAO. What did you invest on in the first place? It is good so that next time, you ask questions before investing. Greed, that was what caused it. So beware of another person in the name of pastor that wants to catch on on this and make a living out of you. Once bitten, twice what? Shy.

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    1. Emeka you are a stupid fool... U know nothing about MMM... MMM is growing stronger!

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    2. MMM is growing stronger... No cause to alarm. God bless Mvrodi... God bless MMM

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    3. Emeka is a mumu first class, how can u be commending on what u know nothing about. Who talk you it's investment and dat mmm holds any investment. Fake omoyibo

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  3. Nigerian eye u are beginning to loss ur focus on reporting authentic and genuine news,that invitation was just a sarcasm and u are now reporting it like the pastor and all is real...pls spare me ur stupidity

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  4. Nigerian eye ur news are becoming a fake..and ur investigation baised

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  5. I hope they pastor will not ask for offering and sow seed.

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  6. why cant EFCC go after people with such news? Nigerian Eye is becoming something else.

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