Noble Igwe Laments MMM Freeze, Blames His ‘Village People’
CEO of 360 Group, Noble Igwe has lamented on the recent freeze of a popular Ponzi scheme patronised by many Nigerians, Mavrodi Mondial Movement (MMM), blaming it on his ‘village people’.
Nigerians woke up Tuesday to the news that operations of the ponzi scheme has been suspended for one month, to resume on January 13, 2017.
According to its founder Sergey Marvodi, the MMM he explained was suspended as a measure to ensure the sustainability of the scheme in the New Year and make it better.
He said that the money of participants would continue to grow in the platform along with their bonuses which they would be able to cash out as from Jan. 13, 2017.
But Igwe, who is one of the participants in the took to his twitter page to lament that he was due to receive his payment next week.
“I have bought “Cash Wash” & was just waiting for MMM to pay next week . I can’t put this beyond my village people,” he wrote.
Noble consoled himself by saying that January is around the corner and that the Ponzi scheme would be up and running again.
“I think I’m just going to stay home & watch TV . Thank you for calling. January is not too far & the MMM site will be UP”