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Confusion As MMM Nigeria Members Await Recovery Of Money Invested Before Providing Help

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Confusion As MMM Nigeria Members Await Recovery Of Money Invested Before Providing Help

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January 15, 2017 – Confusion As MMM Nigeria Members Await Recovery Of Money Invested Before Providing Help

Just as the popular multilevel finance scheme, Mavro Mondial Movement (MMM), unfroze participants’ accounts on Friday, many spectators and investors alike, feel the scheme would not be business as usual, as participants are currently scared of pledging and providing help.

Though few participants are of the opinion that unfreezing the accounts, which were frozen since December 13, 2016, was a great relief to contributors and confidence in the Ponzi scheme, others are not keen on providing help, not even when merged with others that need help.

More so, a number of participants, who spoke to Sunday Telegraph in separate interviews, added that they won’t provide help until they have recovered the money they invested in the scheme since 2016.

“I’m happy that the scheme is back but the truth is that, I won’t provide any help to another participant if I’m called upon, until somebody sends help to me. I requested for help a day before MMM management issued the statement that suspended request for helps.

I’m entitled to help, so I have to get one first,” said Benson Adegbonro, one of the participants.

Although Adaora Okeke, who was contemplating joining the scheme before MMM recorded low activities, was happy that the scheme is back, yet she’s sceptical about pledging and providing help, as she is yet to see a participant rewarded by the scheme since its reopening on Friday.

“Once I see one person that the system has rewarded, I will pledge in mine immediately. That confirms that the scheme is back for real,” said the 27-year-old Adaora.

An automobile engineer at Ikeja Mechanic Village, Asika Okorie, who pledged N100, 000 in the scheme, said, it would amount to foolishness for him to provide help to anybody without, first of all, collecting his N100, 000 with accompanying bonuses.

Okorie, who requested help immediately the MMM announced reopening of the scheme, said, “I’m sure they will merge me with somebody but until then, I will not provide help.”

“It’s just natural that after crises, one doesn’t go into serious investment. You need to understand the environment and policies on ground before investing. I will not participate in the scheme for now.

I need to allow for some days before I can indicate interest,” said Iwunze Peter, an Information Technology expert.

But contrary to some subscriber caution, Kasim Onikekun said he would pledge and provide help as soon as he is merged with somebody.

He noted that the reopening of the programme, a day before the set time, showed that the scheme is driven by integrity and straightforwardness.

On the other hand, it appeared the scepticism was well prepared for as the founders of the scheme in Nigeria said overflow of requests was expected from participants, who couldn’t get help last year, noting that, the payment would be slow but sure.

The founders who stated that there will be limits to amount payable for now, said MMM would prioritise payments to participants with small amounts, which were not specified. He noted that big investors would have to wait for a while to get the necessary funds.

In the statement, he urged the heavy investors to be patient as the MMM is certain that the scheme’s operability will return to normalcy.



  1. Big Aunty Koks

    January 15, 2017 at 12:02 PM

    A beg let the scheme’s operability return to normalcy so people’s blood pressure may return to stability also!

  2. iron bar

    January 15, 2017 at 12:52 PM

    get rich syndrome loading….


    January 15, 2017 at 2:37 PM


  4. Endurance

    January 15, 2017 at 2:46 PM

    Fake stories from dubious MMM, thieves ! Where is the billions that people already invested in the scheme before the temporary freezing of participants accounts? Billions of naira investors put into the ponzi scheme has been eating up by some unseen criminals who are now back to deceive gullible Nigerians who will never learn any lesson. The sad news is that,the stupid help will not come which will eventually spell the end or lead to the final collapse of this dirty gamble called MMM. Foolishness,others will be crying while others will be smiling to bank and they called this a means to escape recession,nonsense! Now instead of escaping recession,what has MMM participants got themselves into? Depression. Whoever likes let him go ahead and put his money into it again. AWON ALAIGBORON. OLOJU KOKORO.

  5. Jilo

    January 15, 2017 at 6:36 PM

    Once bitten, twice shy. Since nobody wants to render help, what does that indicate? failure. You don’t need any Notradamus to predict that this scheme is a complete failure. The only way people can get benefits according to MMM is when somebody makes a deposit into your account. Since people are so scare to do that now, who is going to bell the cat then?

  6. comeandmarry

    January 16, 2017 at 5:37 AM

    i will be the first to provide help pf 50k.
    by 10am
    i dey enter bank.

    i pray o.
    una owo don enter voicemail aince the week b4 xmas.
    mmm has gone 4life.
    same method used in souti.
    same method of excuse again.
    sincebits robbing peter to pay paul
    now dat d peters aint robbing them pauls
    let everybody wait fill jesus comes.
    i repeat
    nobody wud ever provide help.

  7. fifelomo

    January 17, 2017 at 1:33 PM

    I no pity some people.

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