Following the reports on the departure of MMM top guider, Chuddy and his wife to the Philippines, Cool FM’s On-Air Personality, OAP, Freeze, lashed out on participants, mocking them for refusing to adhere to his prophesy against the Ponzi Scheme
Freeze via his Instagram page @daddyfreeze said:
“I predicted Donald Trump was going to be president, you told me to keep quiet.
“I warned you guys about MMM, you told me to shut up. You chose to listen to the Yahoo boys that advertised it in church.
“The only person who listened to me was my son’s nanny. Someone said to her; “Why your Oga no want make you do MMM? He wan make you do housegirl work till you die?” Today the lady that heeded my advice still has her money, while the one who doubted me lost all her investment, and has returned to a life of peasant farming in the village.
“I will not stop warning you about Yahoo boy pastors or the disadvantage of going to war, no matter how hard you tell me to shut up!”
It was gathered that Chuddy Ugorji, and his wife, Amaka, have fled to the Philippines following the imminent collapse of the Ponzi scheme.
Chuddy’s relocation came barely 24 hours after he released new conditions for payment of participants. He had given the impression that the Ponzi scheme had started paying outstanding money to participants of the scheme, but it’s not totally true.
Ugorji had earlier given the impression that the Ponzi scheme had begun paying outstanding mavro (money) to Mavrodians but sadly this has yet to become a reality.
The scheme on Wednesday issued new guidelines on its blog. The guidelines include a decision to set limit of withdrawal this week at N31,000 maximum withdrawal, adding that the freezing of bonuses is a suggestion that would be tabled before Sergey Mavrodi for his consideration.
The collapse of the scheme which gained grounds towrads the end of 2016 have left many Nigerians shattered as many plugged all their life savings into the scheme that promised 30% returns on investment in 30 days.
A 34-year-old mother of two, Mrs. Gloria Samson, was said to have killed herslf in Makurdi, the Benue state capital after the scheme announced a freeze in December.
Metronaija reports that the woman had taken loans from 4 different places in December with hopes of getting massive returns before the controversial scheme announced a shutdown.
Gloria who according to her neighbours had borrowed about N400,000 from different micro finance banks to invest in the scheme, left her home on December 28, 2016 to drown herself in River Benue and sadly, her body was discovered on January 2, 2017 by police.
Before leaving her house on the day before her alleged death, she was said to have asked for forgiveness from her two children. She also sent the children to plead with their dad on her behalf to forgive her.
One Dupe Olurunfemi, a student of Federal Polytechnic Bida, Niger state, was said to have been hospitalised in the school clinic when she heard school fees payment deadline.
She said she invested N70,000 meant for school fees and accommodation in the money doubling scheme and has not been able to recover the money.
Recently, MMM participants in Delta state staged a protest asking Mavrodi to release their money. The protesters comprising of market women, local traders and some youths were said to have gathered around Abraka-Asaba area for a meeting to discuss the way forward in recovering their money.
The aggrieved participants lamented that they were losing patience on the scheme’s promises that were never fulfilled almost a month after it claimed to have resumed in full swing.
The question on the lips of many Nigerians remains: Has MMM gone or is there still hope for participants?