MBA Forex Investors Protest at Christ Embassy, Ask Oyakhilome to Return Their Money (Video)
Investors in the MBA forex trading company have gathered at Christ Embassy church in Port Harcourt in protests
The protesters are demanding their investment capital from Maxwell Odum, the CEO of MBA
It will be remembered that the investment company defrauded numerous Nigerians of Billions in October last year
Although details of the MMM Ponzi scheme are still fresh in the minds of Nigerians, it hasn’t stopped them from losing money to another one called MBA Forex.
MBA Forex led by Maxwell Odum allegedly posed as a forex investment company to defraud Nigerians of billions.
Victims of the investment stormed Christ Embassy church in Port Harcourt and asked Maxwell’s pastor, Chris Oyakhilome to return their money.
Although the company promised to pay investors back their capital in batches, many are yet to receive anything.
Investors demanded that Pastor Chris refunds the N1 billion donation that was made by the CEO of the company.
Video: MBA Forex investors stage protest over Ponzi scheme fraud of N171b pic.twitter.com/5BrQ42Cg8g
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During its run, MBA Forex offered investors a 20% return on investment after 30 days.
The investment company ran for over 2 years and had branches all over the country.
The protesters also blamed CBN and the SEC for allowing such a company to run in the country unchecked.