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The MMM Nigeria has released a bumper new year message to over 3 millions of its participants over the frozen accounts.


The Scheme on its official Twitter account assured Nigerians their accounts will be unfrozen on January 14.



"We promised that our participants' confirmed Mavros will be unfrozen (ability to make withdrawal) from January 14th, 2017. #12DaysToGo"


"Happy New Year to all Mavrodians. And the countdown starts now. 13 days to January 14th".



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  1. Hahahaha! Who wan carry him money do tinini tarara? Na Sara be that. This is the smartest hi tech 419 of the century. Remember you were warned not to put the money you needed! But tell me any money that is not needed in the real sense? Nigerians were warned but O ju kokoro the twins of greed was too much.

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    1. Mumu fake ass. Mind your business.

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    2. What about the banks licensed by government insured by NDIC that refused to pay monies to their lawful owners this festive season..what do you have to say? Or didn't notice it? Gullible fellow!!!!

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    3. Sorry oooo ! Make una continue to mourn for una lost money. Wailing wailers! Sebi them tell una. Na Sara be that. Let me know whom you will run to to recover una money now!

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  2. Life is a function of risk ...people that took the risk I've got the lion's heart...so keep mute and see who laugh last Jan 14. God bless d mockers and the risk takers

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    1. @Anonymous 6:36AM
      Don't mind dat jobless Isiaka or Saka whatever. He doesn't have work, he is the first to comment on NE and he makes senseless comments. Ask him & Nigerianeye , what of if MMM returns?
      NE, bad reporteur, MMM hasn't released date, wait, don't be in an hurry. NE, should better go for more brides to blacklist MMM, bcoz, it is coming back and stronger. Lol.

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    2. Wise people take reasonable risks. So, Pele! Sorry oooo! I can understand how it de pain but na una O ju kokoro cause am. Greed!

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  3. Isiaka or what do they call you? i ask what have you gained for keeping your money with the Nigeria banks since the last ten years? people invested in the scheme because our financial system is fake and fraudulent. i dont blame anyone for doing that, we all are looking for a better and a more profit oriented investment which banks cannot guarantee. life is about risk. since you dont invest, so keep your mouth shut.

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    1. who told you that isiaka is even having money to keep with the bank?

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  4. Isiaka or what do they call you? i ask what have you gained for keeping your money with the Nigeria banks since the last ten years? people invested in the scheme because our financial system is fake and fraudulent. i dont blame anyone for doing that, we all are looking for a better and a more profit oriented investment which banks cannot guarantee. life is about risk. since you dont invest, so keep your mouth shut.

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  5. If MMM promises to return January 2O17, just be hopeful because I believe they've their image to protect. If you still want to hang on then be free otherwise hang out and let go on with life after all about life success or failure. If you believe to succeed, believe while others are failing you will surely succeed by God's grace.

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  6. If MMM promises to return January 2O17, just be hopeful because I believe they've their image to protect. If you still want to hang on then be free otherwise hang out and let go on with life after all about life success or failure. If you believe to succeed, believe while others are failing you will surely succeed by God's grace.

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  7. If MMM promises to return January 2O17, just be hopeful because I believe they've their image to protect. If you still want to hang on then be free otherwise hang out and let go on with life after all about life success or failure. If you believe to succeed, believe while others are failing you will surely succeed by God's grace.

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  8. MMM is so strong than you can ever imagine isiaka, just keep watching us changing the world because buhari your president will soon be part and parcel of this scheme.

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    1. Sorry for you. Are you sure that you are a real Igbo man as your name suggest?
      Smart con men bewitch their victims that they act unreasonably.. That is your case now. Keep hoping!

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    2. Taaaa! Isiaka shut up! You no go mind ur business abi? Or You wan make I change am for You? But why You de drink paracetamol for another mans headache naa???

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  9. if nigerians have gotten to a point where they (or we) believe in something so ridiculous, then it means we are heading for doom or the top of the moutain, if a good leader can recognizes the great potential of such a people and uses it to drive a trend. clearly it is a situation where some people are going to fall to the rocks and others will go through yet millions of people are willing to take that chance. if the goernment cant recognize this powerful potential of nigerians then it is a pity, because foreigners and foreign organizations will come in and take advantage of us. goodluck to you all.

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  10. I really don't understand what some people's problems are, I can decide where to put my money and what i get from it is none of anybody's cup of tea. A guy in Owerri went to club house on 31st Dec and bought drinks for everybody and they gave him a bill of =N=7.4M, he paid. Did the sky fall? so why don't you busybodies just keep quiet and leave MMM participants alone.

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