More Nigerians are becoming aware of MMM, which has been labelled a ponzi scheme and promises 30 per cent Return on Investment (ROI) after 30 days.
The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has warned Nigerians against patronizing the MMM scheme which stands for Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox.
There have also been rumours of it crashing but trust Nigerians to criticize anyone who tries to bad mouth something that’s making them richer like magic.
The warning and rumours are coming at a time when things are getting harder for the masses, people are losing their jobs, and the economy is going from bad to worse.
MMM is flourishing in Nigeria, so you can’t expect people to believe any negative thing said about a scheme that is helping them make money like they never expected.
Here are reasons why Nigerians cannot give up on MMM until it finally crashes.
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