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BREAKING NEWS: MMM Crashes In Nigeria, Over Thousands Scammed (Read Details)

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It has been tears and more tears all morning in Lagos State after news began to filter in that rave Ponzi Scheme, MMM, has crashed in Nigeria, resulting in massive losses for its many members. While details of the crash are still sketchy,

it will be noted that only recently, the Zimbabwean and South African chapters of the MMM franchise also recently packed up, resulting in disbelief, shock and even suicide of some members who lost their life savings to the Ponzi Scheme. These events had led many to plead with involved Nigerians to “get out while they could”, a plea which fell on deaf ears.

Our source can confirm that the MMM shut down equates to a mind-boggling loss of over $100million (which will not convert to Naira for the sake of our collective cardiac safety), money which gullible Nigerians had ‘invested’ in the scheme, hoping for 30% returns.Our correspondent headed to Victoria Island to ascertain the reality of the crash and was met with shocking images of men and women weeping on the streets, lamenting how they lost everything. Of particular note was a young man, Ufot Edidiong, who was rolling on the road, while passers-by tried to console him.

It is said he invested N200, 000 he was supposed to spend on his upcoming wedding just Last Wednesday, only for MMM to crash today.”My own don finish” he wept “mbok wedin I go tell Ememobong? Say I don Spain dey money for dey werring for aim-aim-aim and e don doss (loss)? Abasi!”

22 comments:

  1. Your story isn't genuine and stop posting this trash. If MMM crash in Nigeria has you've said, why will people keep providing and getting help since yesterday?

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  2. Just why do you have to come up with such a lie,thousands of lives have been impacted by this scheme in this season of economic recession,even burglary report in my community has ceased, but all you could do is to broadcast this terrible and untrue information about what is giving some Nigerians hope to live through this terrible situation of the country,whoever initiated this news has done more evil than good,because the program you are saying is down is till paying its members, even as I am writing people are being matched.
    Please I beg you in the name of God, desist from this malicious,and evil act all in the name of generating traffic to your site.
    Thank you and God bless you as you change your ways.

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  3. May bitterness never cease from your life and generation for publishing this colossal lie.
    MMM did not crash and will never crash.Repent or face sudden death for these lies.

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  4. Wwww.naijabaline, this why Nigeria is not getting better because of such media like this.why on earth will u Carry a fake rumors like this. Long live Mmm Nigeria.

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  5. www.naijabazeline.com is a scam website that specializes in publishing fake news and it will soon crash in Jesus name.Amen

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  6. As you are trying to spoil mmm, I will create a hash tag to spoil you

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  7. I got paid yesterday on MMM. I INVESTED 100k and was paid 140k. MMM is real.

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  8. I dnt know why you just decided to criticize MMM. Any way whatever's is good always has critics.

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  9. People spoil beautiful things dnt be one of those people.mmm has been a game changer.dnt be a bad belle.

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  10. It's real... More gist and testimonies from fellow SCAMMED Nigerians here as proof >>> http://thatcalabargirl.com/2016/10/23/breaking-news-mmm-crashes-in-nigeria-over-1-million-scammed-read-details/

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  11. TRUSTED SOURCE: Yes MMM is Scam >>> http://thatcalabargirl.com/2016/10/23/big-reasons-why-you-should-stay-away-from-mmm-nigeria/

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  12. Ignorant and foolishness is a disease. MMM is a pure scam. Nobody is begging anybody not to patronize MMM but when it happens don't go blaming the government for your foolishness. You have time and money to invest in such a fake scheme yet you don't have money to start a business that God can hold unto and bless. It's your choice.....

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  13. GOD HAS SEEN THE SUFFERING OF HIS PEOPLE AND HE HAS HEARD THEIR CRY AND DEPT TEARS. MMM IS THE ONLY WAY OUT OF THIS RECESSION, AND GOD HAS BROUGHT IT FOR US TO SURVIVE. IF ONLY YOU CAN SEE IF ONLY YOU COULD REALLY SEE D WAY PEOPLE ARE SUFFERING YOU WOULD NOT COME HERE AND POST THIS BLATANT LIES ABOUT OUR FAMILY MMM.

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  14. we have really heard so much of this story... newshandle.com

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