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Study nearing strong link between MMM and biblical 666

Preliminary report released by a team of Nigerian Astral Scientists is about to give lead to a fresh wind of speculation linking the emergence of Mavrodi Mondial Movement (MMM) to introductory part of the biblical number of the beast, ‘666’.

The team who made presentation at Business Hilights office in Lagos Monday said they are still working on the puzzles from other parts of the world, but “For now, we are only working with dates and associated details of the MMM activities in Nigeria”.

Explaining how they started considering the possibility in the first instance, leader of the group who pleaded anonymity said “Here in Nigeria, the scheme came on July 2016 and ceased 6 months later in December 2016”.

“Returning back to Nigeria, instead of Saturday, the seventh day of the week which was January 14 it had announced, it came on the 6th day of the week which is Friday, January 13. Again, the name of the founder, Sergei is having 6 alphabets.

“Now if you look at 6th month of the year, 6th day of the week and 6 alphabets in the name of the man, Sergei, you will be looking at ‘666’.

Making a strong reference from the Book of Revelation Chapter 13 Vs. 18 (KJV) which said “Here is wisdom. Let him that hath understanding count the number of the beast..For it is the number of a MAN; and his number is 666”, there are very strong indications that MMM is linked to the number of the beast.

The group argued that by the time the scheme had gone round the world, it may graduate to another level where those that do not participate will begin to find it hard to do any transaction or business, thus developing a build up that will made the devil begin to control the world of finance and investment which are driving global fame and recognitions.

Another angle of suspicion was the key comment ushering in the scheme back to Nigeria. The founder, Sergei Marvrodi had said “As the System is socially oriented, we will make paybacks to the poor and the economically disadvantaged in the first place: it means to the members with small PH amounts. The richer can wait”.

Experts say for the founder to summon the courage to make the above comment, MMM may have developed an App that can sort out a poor and rich participant, meaning that there are chances of hacking into people’s bank accounts.

Business Hilights had reported that leading ICT expert and head cyber risk services at Deloitte Nigeria, Mr. Tope Aladenusi has raised fresh alarm ahead of planned return of MMM to Nigeria that “Many Nigerians participating in various Ponzi schemes dotting the web are at great risk of losing valuables in terms of compromised data or money as they are exposed to cyber-attacks”.

According to him, “Some of the schemes require victims to visit infected websites that can compromise the individual’s computer” Aladenusi added.

Besides, prior to the ‘freezing’ of participants account of a popular Ponzi scheme known as MMM, the Federal Government through the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) had warned Nigerians against participating in such schemes, describing it as fraudulent”.

Other ponzi scheme currently streaming across the globe include iCharity, Swissgolden, E-cooperative, Ultimate Cycler and MMM.

Returning in Kenya within the same last week, MMM promised participants in Kenya an increased interest rate of 40% per month.

MMM calls itself a Global financial social network but is really just a Ponzi scheme created by a Russian, Sergei Mavrodi.

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