Chudi Anayo Ugochi, the man who is apparently MMM Nigeria’s CEO also known as “Super Guider” is calling for calm and understanding among MMM Nigeria members.
Earlier this morning, PageOne.ng reported that MMM Nigeria has crashed and it has suspended all payout till further notice.
In a personal message he wrote to MMM members, Chudi Anayo Ugochi said:
Hi Mavrodians, As we all must have seen in our PO of the news on Mavro frozen for a month.*
This isn’t the first of its kind. It happens when their are excess PANIC in the system
It was placed on Zimbabwe and after the duration it was lifted.
This idea is brought forward to Calm the members down on intending Threat the FG and Mass media has planned on the system.
It doesn’t mean that their is no more money in the system because in my PO now as a guider, I have about 2million+ PH orders. And I know it would be like that in most Guiders PO too. So you see!!! Money to pay out the orders wouldn’t be a problem.
But the Admins needed to apply measures to sustain the growth of the system. In order to fight issues that may arose as a result of Massive PH already this xmas.
👉 Uploading of Fake POP
👉 non confirmation of orders and the rest.
So this is the best strategy to put FG to shame.
We all need not panic as our money is in safe hands. Check out your Mavros and you see your money is intact both for 30% bonuses and 20% accrued bonuses
You can keep PHing if you have the money, though you will definitely not be matched until Mavros are unfrozen. But that will really go a long way for you as your PH made this December will surely be giving you extra 20% after paying out next year.
No cause for Alarm
*We live to expect a stronger MMM by January 14th, 2017*
Chudi Anayo Ugochi is the one of the major leader of MMM Nigeria. They run the Ponzi Scheme in the country on behalf of Sergey Mavrodi, the Russian founder of the scheme. Ernest Mbanefo, a factional leader of the scheme runs his own website- mmm-nigeria.net. The website is linked to Nigeria.mmm.net, the mother site of the scheme in Nigeria.
No one has the exact location of where Sergey Mavrodi leaves. He has since gone into hiding since MMM South Africa crashed.
Over the weekend, Sergey Mavrodi wrote a letter addressing Nigerian authorities to back off from criticising the scheme. He called the government “ignorant” and “irresponsible” for persecuting a scheme that is helping millions of Nigerians from abject poverty.