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Panic, gnashing of teeth as MMM freezes Nigerian accounts




Scores of Nigerians who are involved in the Mavrodi Mondial Movement generally known as MMM by way of investing and benefiting from the Ponzi scheme, are in panic after a circular was published on the MMM website informing that all confirmed Mavro accounts have been frozen for a month.

The panic is even made worse by the fact that the announcement is coming some days before Christmas, meaning that those who have provided help and are waiting to get help will not be able to do so until after one month when the ban is lifted.

In the circular posted by top MMM guider, Chuddy, investors were told to exercise patience and calm while also explaining that the one month freeze is necessary, adding that it was to put the Federal Government and MMM haters to shame.

“Hi Mavrodians, as we all must have seen in our PO of the news on Mavro frozen for a month. This isn’t the first of its kind. It happens when there are excess PANIC in the system. It was also placed on Zimbabwe and after the duration it was lifted.

“This idea is brought forward to calm the members down on intending threat the FG and Mass media has planned on the system. It doesn’t mean that there is no more money in the system because in my PO now as a guider, I have about 2million+ PH orders.

“And I know it would be like that in most Guiders PO too. So you see!!! Money to pay out the orders wouldn’t be a problem. But the Admins needed to apply measures to sustain the growth of the system. In order to fight issues that may arose as a result of Massive PH already this Xmas.” The circular read in full.

However, Nigerians have continued to react to the development with many gripped in panic and confusion.

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Social media has now been inundated with reactions and complaints by most Nigerians who have invested heavily in the Ponzi scheme which is now shrouded in uncertainty.

Read the reactions of some Nigerians on social media below;

Inner Me @Bursty_Bisi said; “I was a bad person when I said “MMM Nigeria” would crash by December. I hate to say it but it was clear from the beginning”.

Muyosk ‏@muyoski said; “It’s not those that regret putting their money into “MMM Nigeria” that I pity. I pity those that still believe it will open in January”.

Cutest ‏@iamchardan said; “People are very wicked, yet complaining about recession but some of una get mind to put 1M, 5M etc where una don see d money? MMM NIGERIA”.

One with many alias ‏@_i_am_sanguine said: “Seems December is about to overtake January as the longest month as people await “MMM Nigeria” to unfreeze #MMMNigeria”.

Miguel ‏@miquaelX said; “Thanks to MMM Nigeria, we finally have to use up-liner and down-liner system for Xmas. Those at the top bring rice, those below add ingredient.”

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  1. seyi jelili

    December 13, 2016 at 6:37 pm

    It was like a second coming of Jesus today as so many unprepared sinners were left alone. Mmm left people in despondency, hypertension and in short some in death. So many lives become hopeless today.

    • Nonso Ezeugo

      December 14, 2016 at 1:43 am

      Yes this is another way devil use in getting a soul and now he has drop them in middle stage. They should go and ask God for mercy because they have follow the devil way. Mmm goodbye and never you come back again

  2. Balarabe musa

    December 13, 2016 at 6:55 pm

    So many people are now frozen and no medical attention can unfrozen them till mmm is unfrozen back in January. I pity desperate Nigerians who love money at all cost.

  3. Johnson Amadi

    December 13, 2016 at 7:03 pm

    Most Nigerians are into MMM because of the economic frustration, hardship and poverty. People are desperate to meet ends means via any channel. I blame Buhari for jeopardizing hand letting his people down. As for those who lost in the process, I sympatise with you, I hope others will learn from your greed and not invest in anything ‘shortcut to wealth’

  4. Animashaun Ayodeji

    December 13, 2016 at 7:07 pm

    MMM can never crash. Please Ignore all news about MMM crashing. This one month is to secure our participants and not let the evil ones use MMM as an avenue to crimes. As you all know, the crime rates usually increases during Christmas and New Year season, we don’t want our image to be tarnished by any evildoer, so it became very important to freeze operations. Pls comply and bear with us.


      December 13, 2016 at 7:31 pm

      So you are an mmm guider ba?
      Deceive yourself. Mmm will never bounce back again. 2016 ended mmm. Happy new year Nigerians who lost to mmm. May God give you all the fortitude to bear the loss. Indeed you are bereaved.

    • Margret Dickson

      December 13, 2016 at 7:42 pm

      Are you their campaign manager? God will punish you for all my siblings that you’ve let tears rolled down their faces today. I really don’t blame you people, I blame them for being greedy and looking for cheaper means of making money. MMM bullshit!!! Go to hell and never return again!

      • Joy Madu

        December 14, 2016 at 1:37 am

        Hahahah don’t be angry but your siblings are foolish to have involved in such a fast transaction. Any way take heart. Let this teach them lesson

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