Since the popular money doubling scheme, MMM, came into Nigeria, it has received disapproval from different financial institutions as well as people that matter in the society. While the Central Bank Of Nigeria described it as a ponzi scheme, the founder of Omega Fire Ministries International (OFM), Apostle Johnson Suleman, has said the scheme is not of God.
Apostle Suleman speaking during a church service told his members to disassociate themselves from MMM because any get-rich-quick method of making money is operated in such a way that some people are being defrauded to enrich some other people. He further said MMM is satanic and that those involved in it are demonic.
Speaking during the service, the pastor said:
“Go and check the founder of MMM. He was a fraudster in America; defrauded people, and that’s what you’re involving yourself in and you are a Christian, looking for easy way out. Many Christians have gotten involved. If you are involved in MMM, I have to pray for you today. It’s not of God. Any quick fix way for money is not of God because some people are being defrauded to enrich some other people.
“Any quick-rich scheme is wrong. In life, everything you get if is not favour from a particular individual. If it’s quick favour through a process, you will pay for it later. If it’s a person you know that walked up to you and blesses you, take it. That’s favour. But a quick business transaction that can bring a return of over 200 percent, is not of God.”
In the same vein, a Facebook user, identified as Akande Thomas, shared the experience of a participant of Mavrodi Mondial Movement (MMM) Nigeria who claims that God rejected his tithe from MMM earnings and clearly told him that Christians involved in the scheme have had their names removed from the book of life.