Hmm,  I hear all this stories of MMM and I weep inside of me.

The struggle not to join was very real for me.  Even when I was registered by the leader of a female group  am in.  I sent the money back when it matured and yesterday she called to say thank you.  At least I can console myself with the money you sent back.  Honesty i am sad very sad.

The truth is I cannot blame  people who invested in it.  When you struggle to  pay house rent,  struggle to pay school fees.  (my children had been off school for one to a session now).  You struggle so had to feed and clothe.  Anything will seem like a way out.  I just didn’t have the spare cash to do it and I kept asking myself ” is it not an issue of integrity?

Now that it has been frozen .  I cannot say Thank God I did not do it.  I feel for all my CO hustlers whose money got stuck it.

I feel for my CO women trying to make life for themselves.

I feel for parents like me who wants the best for their children.

I feel for young graduates who  thought this is the way out of unemployment.

I feel for entrepreneurs like me who needed funds to establish their business.

I feel for every Nigerian who got pressured by the economy to take a route they would  not normally  have taken.

I am sorry and pray That we find strength to support them and not mock them.

That we don’t feel superior and make them inferior.

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Hi, I am Flora Ngo-Martins. I love writing and I am passionate about fashion, stories, news and food. Sometimes I get a little bit serious but that's alright, I can also be mischievous. I also like to analyse stuffs people do and sometimes judge.*wink* Most of all, I love to influence the lives of people positively and tell people's stories from a totally different perspective. Feel free to contact me if you have any suggestions or....

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