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Years after he sowed fraud into the lives of many Nigerians with his MMM fund. Check what he reaped

Mavrodi was better considered to be the founder of the notorious MMM ponzi scheme. This mutual fund program, launched in November 2015 in Nigeria, took less than one year to become a key influencer in the massive informal economy of Nigeria, by ensuring that payments and other promotion offers earn a whopping 30 percent of the month.

After running for a while the scheme fulfilled its commitments, and thus the news spread quickly and the number of people who signed the ponzi scheme increased by a few hundred thousand to around two million between February and July 2016. Despite a range of alerts from the Niggans against committing funds into the Scheme and a review of the activities of the Scheme by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), the Nigerians continued to join the Forum.

MMM ceased its activities in Nigeria just abruptly in December 2016. The business cites a "strong workload" to the dismay of a lot of people who hoped to withdraw their support for Christmas, claiming it took a brief break and vowed to come back and be better.

But it never really came back. At the worst possible time the ponzi bubble burst, leaving Nigerians in desperation for their lost "investments." Some had to complain in social media, while others counted their losses and moved on in their hearts with sorrow.

Nothing from the founder has ever been heard since before the 25th of Moscow's Moscow hospital death from the Heart Attack, at the age of 63. Many Nigeriaans in particular assumed that the heart attack he had fallen into after frauding them, was a consequence of the sadness that he had sat in the universe after he had sowed them.

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