Greedy Omole Lagos Big Boy Who Invested Borrowed N21M In MMM Faints, Rushed To Hospital


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December 17, 2016 – Greedy Omole Lagos Businessman Who Invested Borrowed N21Million In MMM Faints, Rushed To Hospital

Kolade stepped out of his luxury Range Rover Sport Utility Vehicle radiating opulence.

As he walked towards his Omole palatial home in a majestic manner, exuding confidence of some yuppie millionaires to show everyone in his neighbourhood that he has arrived, his mobile phone rang. With the swag of a Nigerian moneybags, Kolade picked his call.

What he heard was not pleasing to say the least. He was disturbed and started sweating profusely. He latter fainted and was rushed to a private hospital where he is still receiving treating.

As Kolade regained consciousness in the hospital, he tried to inquire if what his friend told him on the phone was correct. “Yes, my brother,” said the doctor handling his case.

“MMM programme has been frozen till January ending. No more transactions until the partial ban is lifted. But, don’t worry; some of us are used to it. They did same last December,” added the doctor who revealed to Kolade that he is also a participant. Despite these soothing words from the doctor, Kolade, no doubt, has reason to be worried.

Although, he had fortunes from the scheme, the lure of more money appeared to have pushed him into investing more into the scheme. He had gone out of his pocket to take from his company’s advert money in his care for a bounty returns.

Before the cookie crumbled, Kolade had advanced with a total of N21 million into the programme. “What am I going to tell my creditors? My company? Oh, I’m finished,” Kolade exclaimed in astonishment.

9 thoughts on “Greedy Omole Lagos Big Boy Who Invested Borrowed N21M In MMM Faints, Rushed To Hospital

  1. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN #Black man with Evil and Witch Craft mentality. I don’t need to be a participant of MMM before writing this post. Black people especially Nigerians can never progress because they will always look for the slightest opportunity to celebrate and wish their fellow evil. MMM freeze accounts with the hope and explanation that by January things will normalize and if you understand how it work, you will know that this is very possible. Some persons have turned the news and put it upon themselves to be propagating it as the crash of MMM. They have even gone as far as mocking participants of the scheme and justifying themselves and acting like a prophet of doom who saw it coming. What if MMM has crash, what’s your stake in it by been happy at the downfall of others? Why are you drinking more Panadol for headache that’s not yours. Many of those raising all manner of posts saying MMM has crashed has not in any way contributed to betterment of the economy of this country, but you are celebrating a scheme that has been an economy booster to our country. My advice to you all ”throw a party and celebrate the crashing of MMM”. Evil country full of Evil people. No one borrowed your money to do MMM but you can help participants take the headache while MMM bounce back in January.

  2. the so called KOLADE is indeed finished just as he said. That is exactly what greed can cause. Let him get well soon so he can face his warrant.

  3. See what greed can do? If I ever lay hold of N21M, I dont think that poverty will ever remember my name again till date and I wouldn‘t need mmm to achieve that.

    I take a stroll…

  4. This Kolade man is a greedy man for diverting such huge money into. How on this earth will you invest such huge amount of money for a free money you never knew where it will come from?

    Do you think these people have free money to throw away just like that. They too are setting up this business to make money out of you.

    This will let you learn in a hard way that when something is too good to be true you have to caution not to put all your life saving. Some smart people who lost their money in this scheme never put 100% of their life saving in undependable business like this. You even gone too far to borrow money to invest in these scheme. Oh boy! what you did is what is called greediness.

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