Noble Igwe, CEO of 360 Group, has blamed his village people for the temporary suspension of Mavrodi Mondial Movement (MMM), a popular Ponzi scheme patronised by many Nigerians.

The blogger, like every other Nigerian, woke up to the news of MMM accounts being frozen for a month, hence, he 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 pic.twitter.com/1xrr208BIf

— Noble Igwe (@Nobsdaslushhkid) December 13, 2016

Mavrodi Mondial Movement (MMM) is a get rich quick Ponzi scheme that has been around for a while but became popular among Nigerians due to recession in the country.

About three million people have been thrown into panic, one month after members of the house of representatives warned Nigerians to disengage themselves from the system.



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