Pastor Ernest Chigozie Mbanefo who is believed to be behind money doubling scheme MMM Nigeria, has finally responded to claims that he owns the scheme.
The South African-based pastor who was once with the Living Faith Church A.K.A Winners Chapel, in Nigeria released a statement via his blog:
“On the 2nd of December 2016, majority of Nigeria media houses posted unfounded, unverified, misleading articles about me being the owner/founder of MMM Nigeria.
I found the articles to be hilarious and wish to use this opportunity and platform to declare the following:
“That I am neither the Owner nor the founder of MMM Nigeria and do not have any contact or acquaintance with the owner(s) or founder(s) of MMM Nigeria. I also did not introduce MMM to Nigeria, but am glad it came.
“I am an Ordinary Participant of MMM Nigeria like the over 2 million Nigerians and I registered to join MMM Nigeria on the 2nd of June 2016.”
Mbanefo said he registered to be a guider (knowledgeable participants), and became one after fulfilling the requirements of the course.
He added that he registered and own the domain mmm-nigeria.net which expires on the 7th of June 2019 (could be extended).
“I make financial contributions (provide help) to the MMM Nigeria community like everyone else and accept all the benefits and risks like everyone else. On the 13th of October 2016, I provided help of N3,000, 000,” he stated.
He stated that as a proud participant, he cannot wait to continue with the scheme in January 2017.
“Since I joined MMM Nigeria, I have benefited a lot from this divine arrangement and I am not moved by what the media say and how they have chosen to attack and destroy MMM Nigeria,” he said.