Since the inception of MMM in Nigeria, many people have continually testified to its goodness in their lives describing it as their life line especially in the face of the economic recession which has been dealing with Nigerians for many months now. One of such people is an MMM participant who goes by the name Potokri Forgive on Facebook. He took to the social media to share the good news of how he was able to acquire a New Lexus 330 with the money he made from MMM.
Sharing pictures of the newly purchased vehicle, Mr. Forgive wrote, “God bless MMM Nigeria, New Lexus 330 to my garage….”.
A glance look at the comment section of the post which has garnered many shares shows everyone congratulating him and some, blaming themselves for not joining the MMM scheme earlier than when they did.
See pictures of the car below:
This is not actually the first time an MMM participant is pulling off a capital intensive project with the returns made from the scheme. Sometime in October, 2016, photos of a Nigerian couple, apparently from the Yoruba tribe, who were taking photographs just after their traditional marriage was all over the internet.
The outstanding thing about the wedding is the cake which had the inscription of MMM boldly written on it, suggesting that the young man was able to organise his wedding with the money he made from MMM!
Meanwhile, it has been confirmed by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, that the operations of MMM Nigeria is currently being investigated by the agency. This was revealed by the spokesman of the EFCC, Wilson Uwujaren, during an interview with Daily Post.
Speaking on the sidelines of a training programme in Port Harcourt, Uwujaren also disclosed that other online schemes that promise huge returns on investments were also under surveillance.
Recall that one week ago, the House of Representatives gave an order to its committee on banking, currency, and financial crimes to investigate the activities of MMM scheme in Nigeria. It also directed all law enforcement agencies to start arresting those promoting the MMM Ponzi scheme. However, Mr. Wilson Uwujaren said the House of Representatives cannot direct the EFCC to investigate what he described as faceless wonder bank like MMM.