One of the world largest online money making banking scheme, MMM group in Nigeria have stormed the University of Benin with intent to sponsor free medical services to patients.
“We are here to provide medicine and cash to the sick. This is to confirm the charity content of MMM”, Samson Bakare who led the team told Irohinoodua in a chat. The group donated drugs worth millions of naira apart from millions of cash give outs.
MMM is the world’s largest online banking scheme currently operating in 120 countries including but not limited to Nigeria. Only two weeks ago, a team of young Nigerians went to Ghana to launch the scheme.
Nigeria has over two million subscribers, but this is less than South Africa which maintains the lead with 15 million participants. Many countries in Europe have also joined.
The scheme has seen campaigns of calumny being waged against it by banks who fear the consequences of MMM’s rise on their clients. However, for millions of Nigerians, the scheme which offers 30 percent discount on just 30 days of investment, is the best that can happen in a period of deep recession and job loss.
MMM Mavrodians visited the University of Benin Teaching Hospital, UBTH, today, went to the wards and dole out cash to patients who had been held captive in the hospital due to the inability to pay their bills. Over three million naira was used in offsetting the bills of captive patients.
Bakare who led the team said that this was part of MMM’s corporate social responsibility. “By Monday next week, we will be storming Stella Obasanjo hospital to extend this largesse to the sick”.