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“If you’re involved in MMM you are Demonic… Satanic” – Apostle Johnson Suleman | OAP Freeze says he’s “with him on this one”



freeze-on-mmmDuring a Church service, Apostle Johnson Suleiman of Omega Fire Ministries (OFM) declared that popular Ponzi Scheme MMM is not of God and Demonic.

The clergyman added that Christians are not supposed to be involved in a scheme founded by a fraudster, saying that he needs to pray for those involved in the scheme and are in church the said day the sermon was delivered.

Freeze shared video of the sermon and wrote:

I’m with him on this one, I can’t believe a redeemed parish actually endorsed MMM, this recession is meant to make us look in ward and come out stronger like China did but you can’t take a get rich quick scam from a Nigerian no matter how hard you try!
The economies of China, Dubai, America and Europe were not built on MMM, get up lazy Nigerians, Dubai in 1999 was a desert, if a super nation can emerge in less than 15 years our time is now! 15 years from now, we would regret we were playing around with MMM when our mates were building their countries. ~FRZ

Watch the video below:

Oya what do you think? ?? start tagging all the participants for their opinions. Apostle Johnson suleman has spoken

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  1. Tutu

    December 6, 2016 at 7:03 am

    What exactly is MMM??

    • Prime Babe

      December 6, 2016 at 9:20 am

      Moku Mogbe Modaran

    • Le coco

      December 6, 2016 at 11:17 am


    • EE

      December 6, 2016 at 9:26 am

      All I know about it is that its a ponzi scheme. All I know about ponzi schemes is that they apparently don’t end well.

      How its different from betting which some are addicted to, I don’t know.

    • Mz Socially Awkward....

      December 6, 2016 at 4:46 pm

      The difference between this and betting is – with bets, everyone’s buying lottery tickets (or placing their money on dog-fighting/horse-racing/football matches, etc.), knowing that there’s a chance two things will happen. Luck might smile and you’ll win the pot of money at the end of the rainbow or it won’t and you’ll lose that investment. No artifice about that, you go into it always aware that you’re betting against the odds.

      With the MMM scheme, all participants are told that everyone’s a winner. 30%-40% yield on the investment has to come from somewhere so it comes down to bringing in new people to build the pyramid. All of whom are also expecting their 30%-40% interest… and many of whom (as I’ve come to find) have no real understanding or knowledge of what the scheme really is. So, you have people dropping in major parts of their income or life savings with the hope of their reward and the real difficulty starts when nobody’s bringing in new money but everyone decides to recoup their investment plus 30%… who gets paid and who gets left holding the pieces at the bottom if that pyramid collapses?

  2. J.M

    December 6, 2016 at 7:08 am

    It has actually made our youths lazy, less creative, and uninnovative, I wonder what will happen when all these ponzi schemes eventually crash, but then u can’t take away the fact that MMM gave hope to some hopeless people in this recession, gave dem a reason to live for another day. I still have faith in Buhari, the isrealites went thru the desert before they came to their promise land.

    • Netizen

      December 6, 2016 at 9:23 am

      Ehn of course, because it’s only youths that do MMM.

    • nene

      December 6, 2016 at 9:58 am

      really? mmm has made youth lazy? how? nigerians are generally lazy (although they like to think they’re not) but i think mmm has allowed people make money to hopefully better their lives, people have to survive first before they can start thinking of innovation and creativity.

    • Nahum

      December 6, 2016 at 1:12 pm

      I can’t believe it, but I agree with you. Nigerians are very lazy, we want wealth without any work. Only in Nigeria can this Ponzi scheme take root.

    • Udy

      December 6, 2016 at 9:51 pm

      ??????? I am with u on this.. Tell them!!!

    • harry

      December 6, 2016 at 12:34 pm

      i don’t agree with the saying that the Nigerian youths are Lazy…i do think we are even more hardworking than u know it; the average salary earner has one or two side hustles and can go sleepless for countless hours 2 make ends meet. We only have a very tired populace-people tired of trying to make something work and it keeps getting trampled upon by insane economic regulations, mundane leadership and the trend of knowing someone that matters more than knowing what u r actually doing, to with, creativity turns into frustration, for lack of listening ears and a ready market. from what i perceive, i don’t think d people involved in MMM are not aware the site could crash one day – they just want to trust something that is not run by the government and so far, it has paid better than the government and other agencies alike.

  3. vora

    December 6, 2016 at 7:24 am

    I neva liked this mmm thing,the people involved doesnt see it this way.they re always ready to attack you when u speak against cash still dey sweet them sabi sha

  4. Whatever!

    December 6, 2016 at 8:22 am

    I’m a tax payer. How much of your tax paid have you benefitted from
    in a country where we fund those that stifle us. We pay their bills yet they can’t fight or defend its citizens. A country where u toil but another enjoys ur toils. A country where we celebrate ill-gotten wealth more than hard work. This is govt that has only collected from its people and given nothing, except display of wealth in the midst of hunger in the land. Massive loss of employment, increase in bills and taxes etc. We are in this together so I need not mention more. Before u condemn those involved in MMM with THEIR money, please make sure your hands are clean. Make sure u don’t cheat pple u do business with, u don’t maltreat ur house maids, drivers, you’re not involved in child labour, u don’t owe your workers, u pay your bills as at when due ETC.

    • #MadeInNaija

      December 6, 2016 at 1:51 pm

      Well said. I will like to remind the Church that their key objectives are still spiritual growth of members and works of charity. If they are actively playing their roles in the society, there will be a tremendous change in our lives as Nigerians. The Church is where people go to cast their burden and get motivated/encouraged when all hope seem to be lost. Because the Church has failed, people resort to self-help (corruption, violence/immoral acts etc). May God bless Nigeria.

  5. John

    December 6, 2016 at 8:37 am

    Daddy Freeze is so right, MMM na scam! Only lazy fools would invest inside

  6. Spunky

    December 6, 2016 at 8:41 am

    I can’t say much. Have no idea what it is about…

  7. keke driver

    December 6, 2016 at 8:47 am

    A colleague of mine paid His house rent of N500,000 thanks to MMM…….. When you people finish speaking your big big grammar let Him know….Is it your money? why do people like taking panadol on another person’s headache. you’re on BN speaking English while others are cashing out…okay o

    • sean

      December 6, 2016 at 10:03 am

      Shurrup! The fact that your friend paid 500k house rent through MMM this year doesn’t mean he will get another 500k through MMM by this time next year.

      It’s not a safe, lasting or guaranteed source of income. That’s what they’re warning people about.

    • keke driver

      December 6, 2016 at 10:39 am

      Sad child, But is it your money tho, Why the VEXATION? Shuu

  8. o

    December 6, 2016 at 8:52 am

    I go to rccg and was shocked to hear a pastor allowed them do a presentation during church service. Thank God I wasn’t in that congegration I would have stood up and verbally condemned it. I don’t believe in MMM and its up to the ppl that believe in it. But to do such rubbish on the altar of God??? What happened to having a presentation meeting in someone’s home or office??? All these pastors spoiling the name of the church sef……mschewwwwwww

    • See

      December 6, 2016 at 11:37 am

      More MMM equals more tithes. There lies this issue.

  9. Deb

    December 6, 2016 at 9:11 am

    People will always invest in money to get more money. I don’t think it is anyone’s business what any one does with his or her money. If it crashes, at one point or the other we have all had bad investment. I don’t do MMM& will never do it, but if you can’t help people financially, don’t judge them.

  10. EC

    December 6, 2016 at 9:17 am

    MMM= Mountain of Fire Ministries?

    • EE

      December 6, 2016 at 9:29 am

      F ≠ M. Magas Making Money maybe? or Mumford Making Music.

  11. Missappleberry

    December 6, 2016 at 9:32 am

    In other unrelated news, BN please I kind of feel uncomfortable each time I visit your page and see Chika Ike’s pic there. It’s not like I dislike her or sth but maybe it’s just the pose of the picture….like she wants to cast a spell on someone or sth…not sure. Can u use a different pic of her or sth. This particular one scares me.

    • Ekene

      December 6, 2016 at 9:44 am

      You have to deal with it. BN leave that pic for the next 2 Months. Bad Belle people everywhere.

    • Missappleberry

      December 6, 2016 at 10:11 am

      Please read my comment again and stop acting like a bacteria that knows the in and out of my stomach. Bad belle your head!

    • Tiwalase

      December 6, 2016 at 10:07 am

      Sorry She paid for that space…till you stop seeing it, then it means her money don due!

  12. Gen2justice

    December 6, 2016 at 9:41 am

    The bible teaches that we should give and it will come back to you, good measure pressed down shaking together running over. But since I started giving fake men of God tithe, I have not received the promise but the moment I started giving via MMM, I have enjoyed the promise as promised by God

  13. NG

    December 6, 2016 at 9:44 am

    That is the kind of religion we imbibed here in Nigeria, and i dare say Africa. Religion without morality. Soulless practice of rituals without true godliness. You see your fellow man suffering and it does not touch you so long as you are ok. Be it at national and personal levels, our religion does not breed decent souls.

    The MMM crew know it is a ponzi with no explanation on how their profit is generated, but so long as there is money to be made, religious morality can take the back seat. They know someone down the line will end up the mugu, but they dont care, so long as they get their bit before it all fails. You wonder the country with the continent is the way it is?

    Are the pastors the repository of morality? Why must your morality compass depend on your pastor? Apostle Solomon took this position now, but what if he did not? Should our conscience be so dead to rights and wrongs?

    Just in the same vein those who have been the greatest beneficiaries of corruption through their fathers, political leaders and friends are the ones shouting us deaf that they never saw corruption until the last regime. Insincere, amoral and mischievous bunch!

  14. nene

    December 6, 2016 at 9:56 am

    in this economy, i think people should do anything to survive, as long as it’s legal. last i checked, mmm is not illegal.

    • Nahum

      December 6, 2016 at 1:20 pm

      And there you go again…

  15. toto

    December 6, 2016 at 10:20 am

    lets not forget that MMM has helped some people in one way or the other, am not to judge if its evil or not (cos i haven’t gotten any revelation from God in respect to that). in respective of how you get your money what you do with it matters. MMM as helped some who cna get loans or small money to start a small scale to eventually start one. whi is defrauding who? and as anyone actually bee defrauded in this scheme. . Youths can make a useful means of the money gotten to do something.

    A staff from a telecoms company was sacked due to contact termination and started doing MMM. she has been able to start something even better that what she was earning while under a boss. i know of someone doing this same MMM (about to resign from his work place) to start a big fish and business) , Youths should wake up. we tends to be more religious in this country and yet we are the most evil in mind.

  16. J.M

    December 6, 2016 at 10:21 am

    @ nene you are right tho, its not illegal, and it has actually helped a lot of people in this present economy, my fear is what happens when it finally crashes?, its kinda addictive I tell you, most of this pple involved in this ponzi scheme do not think beyond their nose, they do not have a back up plan, where do I fall to when this scheme eventually crashes?

    • keke driver

      December 6, 2016 at 10:45 am

      “where do I fall to when this scheme eventually crashes?” There’s Ultimate Cycler, Zar Fund, food raising etc Hope I have answered your kwenshun

    • eze okonkwo

      December 6, 2016 at 11:29 am

      why cant you be optimistic in life, you say what if it crashes? why not ask what if it survives? this goes to every businessman as well. when you go into business you dont go with the fear of what if it fails. because fear in life is what limits possibilities. the man in the boxing ring is not thinking what if i die? the driver on the road is not thinking what if i have an accident, and so is the car racer meanwhile these negative occurances are real and part of life. but you just have to be optimistic if you must succeed. the way i see it, anybody against mmm is selfish, greedy, and rejoices at other people”s sufferings. at least the scheme tried to help. somthing you and i cannot think of nor could our government.

    • Nahum

      December 6, 2016 at 1:24 pm

      ?????????? Typical! This is not about what if it survives, it will crash, just a matter of when. How does it generate profit? What are people investing in? How are investors getting such high returns so quickly? If you can’t answer these questions properly, it’s a scam and it will definitely crash.

  17. mariama

    December 6, 2016 at 10:24 am

    how many people u epp pastor?? so people should fold their hands and die in recession becos u said its demonic?? if they stop doing mmm, dont u think crime will increase? pls let people what they want with their money, they already know that mmm will crash one day but until then man must survive

  18. toto

    December 6, 2016 at 10:28 am

    you can imagine a lecturer in a Tertiary institution whose state is owing some months salary, and eventually was introduced to MMM. this same government condemning MMM as forgotten how inflation has eaten up all areas of livelihood. A KILO OF TITUS GOES FOR 950NGN,( 2 pieces), A CANDLE (5oNGN) , MEAT IN THE MARKET IS LIKE BUYING GOLD, RENT IS ON THE HIGH SIDE, SAME WITH RICE, BEANS AND YAM ( A TUBER FOR 500NGN) yet we are blaming those into MMM. feed the people before you preach to them. heal their wounds before your tell them to go and sin no more.

    • mimi

      December 6, 2016 at 10:54 am

      my dear pls tell them oh…..seems they enjoy seeing people suffer

  19. Eegor

    December 6, 2016 at 10:49 am

    nothing good ever comes comes this easy some people are defrauded for other people to be enriched .

    • toto

      December 6, 2016 at 12:35 pm

      and who has been defrauded? people who willingly put there money to get 30% interest? i haven’t heard of any participant in MMM platform that was defrauded unless u have a multiple account due to greed. s MMM is defrauding us that means our banks are equally defrauding us too. doing ESUSU is defrauding too., cooperative contributions is defrauding too. In MMM i can only see Paul that has been paid and not Peter that was rubbed.

  20. toto

    December 6, 2016 at 11:04 am

    IS Nigeria Loto, Naira Bet not more of rubbing people? where millions of people contribute and only few people wins? who plants a seed of maize and hope to get that same seed of maize? same with MMM. if doing MMM is sinful then putting money is bank is sinful… Please pastor let me get a personal conviction form God that MMM is evil . Please let go PH jor..

  21. J.M

    December 6, 2016 at 11:06 am

    Lol @ keke driver, okay,what happens when these other schemes eventually crashes?

    • keke driver

      December 6, 2016 at 11:35 am

      You would have made your money before then, be smart….When you cash out the first time, only “trade” with your “profit” so that when it crashes, it won’t affect you as much…shikena

  22. MamaD

    December 6, 2016 at 11:07 am

    Abeg, you people should come register under me. *Flips weave and cat walks always*

    • Mahka

      December 6, 2016 at 11:38 am

      Abi o…referral bonuses alone bigger than this yimu salary; MMM is bae till Jesus comes.
      We are in recession, God brought MMM, don’t feel guilty for receiving God’s blessings; take a lil risk, live a little, it is not illegal.
      BN, you people keep bringing the negative parts to MMM here, how about you showcase the positives too( MMM participants had a one year food drive something at an IDP camp recently) so people can see a balanced perceptive and understand better. People are suffering, no money, no food, no jobs too, wetin Man go do?. Pls don’t fault people for trying to survive, 9ja is tough, Lagos is tougher.
      Again BN, could this be the year, you guys finally do some kind of giveaway to appreciate your readers, you people are rich now, you owe us.

  23. eze okonkwo

    December 6, 2016 at 11:34 am

    what happens when your parent dies or when you have a flat tire or when arm-robber attack your house? these things happen to people yet they still live stop being a preacher of fear and negativity. life is about risk but not everybody has the guts for it

  24. eze okonkwo

    December 6, 2016 at 11:44 am

    I love tha comment above ” if you cant help people financially dont judge them” we have so many rich people in this country who has stolen the money meant for the society while some are actually honest rich men but will never render help to anyone. Have you ever wonder why Jesus said ” the poor will always be wit you”? its because its our responsibility to lighten their burdens. but no we wont and the you have mouth to blame mmm. remember that you are not giving or receiving money from mmm you are only distributing your money amongst yourselves. mmm only regulates the process. the best you can do now is have a positive mind

  25. #MadeInNaija

    December 6, 2016 at 12:01 pm

    I appreciate the fact Nigerians are highly religious but however, we need to be smart so that we can survive in these precarious times. MMM has encouraged savings among Nigerians and increase the income of Banks through bank transfer charges. There is nothing demonic/devilish/illegal about MMM. It runs on the same principle as our regular Banks. MMM does not have overhead costs therefore can give up to 30% interest through the donation of another participant unlike Banks that have a lot overhead costs ( and still make profit). Banks do even crash or go into distress through when the Owners are not financially disciplined. However, in MMM, there is a lot of strict control and participants are encouraged to refer other people and also re-invest, therefore continuity is assured I tell you that some Nigerians banks are studying the principle of MMM and will one day (very soon) approach CBN to license a product that will run like MMM. I encourage all Nigerians to join MMM and other genuine communities of mutual help. Isusu, Co-operatives etc are different versions of MMM.

    • fusion OAU

      December 6, 2016 at 1:43 pm

      This is the dumbest analysis I’ve heard in the last 5 years……. what asset is the guaranteed return that MMM gives hinged on? IT IS A PYRAMID SCHEME….. PONZI!!!!! ain’t nobody gonna license it…. Banks run on a different principle called “FINANCIAL INTER MEDIATION” just imagine what would happen if people provide help-then get help-then don’t come back to provide help- and probably regulations stop new people from providing help? what happens to the last set of people who drop money?……….. @Madeinnaija it’s ya money but don’t forget real riches don’t come from providing help for a 30% interest………

    • #MadeInNaija

      December 6, 2016 at 4:12 pm

      at FUSION OAU, I like the way you said “”if people””…. Why do you think Banks “”hustle”” so much for deposits? Banks cannot function without deposits because they trade with our deposits and still give us peanuts as interest. They actually re-distribute our deposits in the form of loans to other customers. Banks crash when it is no longer able to meet cash needs of customers. The same thing is applicable to MMM. As long as people are wiling to give help, the cycle continues. As long as you and I keep our money in the banks, the next person can easily withdraw money. Are you aware that one of the banks have a product that is called e-isusu which was tailored after the isusu you and I know.

  26. Mz Titilitious

    December 6, 2016 at 12:14 pm

    Be there criticizing MMM and keep waiting for it to crash when others are making cool cash…….
    “Christians are not supposed to be involved in a scheme founded by a fraudster” how do you know he is a fraudster? did God reveal that to you? You pastors should stop lying against God!

    • fusion OAU

      December 6, 2016 at 1:34 pm

      @Mz Titilitious… kontinue…. “cool cash abi” did God reveal if he’s a fraudster or not? I’m sure you use a smart phone and you know what google is… “Sergey Mavrodi is a Russian criminal” YOU DON’T NEED GOD TO REVEAL THAT TO YOU. my worry about you, yes you Titi in particular is that you also don’t need to be smart to do a little research… which also reinforces my belief MANY OF THE PEOPLE INVOLVED IN THIS SCHEME ARE DUMB, SEMI-LITERATE OR JUST EXTREMELY GREEDY…. tell me, with all your cool cash, have you made 20million Naira? 10million? 5million? I guess not. To everybody out there currently not involved in this scheme PLEASE DON’T FEEL LIKE YOU ARE MISSING ANYTHING and like those involved always say, IT IS THEIR MONEY, LEAVE THEM ALONE!!!! goodluck to the guys in the scheme- I hope it brings eternal happiness and riches and I do pray it doesn’t crash ‘cos I know a couple of people already hooked on this thing………

    • Manny

      December 6, 2016 at 11:43 pm

      Even if she googles it, she will say google lied.

  27. Joeanna

    December 6, 2016 at 1:30 pm

    The more I read some people’s comments the more I realize how stupid Nigerians are. Especially titilicious who obviously thinks with her titties! How do you know the founder of MMM is a fraudster? Google him dumbass! The fact that you are making cool cash doesn’t make it right aren’t yahoo boys, bunkerers and drug dealers making money? Is it right?

    • Spunky

      December 6, 2016 at 3:06 pm are a very callous sombori @ Joeanna.

    • Manny

      December 6, 2016 at 11:52 pm

      Some are stupid yes but I think many of those investing in MMM know that it is a ponzi scheme and can go bust any day. But the lure of the money …..

  28. Ayaba

    December 6, 2016 at 2:58 pm

    I don’t know y pple will be crying more than the bereaved,is it your money,if it crashes will you donate for me,did I tell u I don’t know the risk involved or did I beg you for mmm money,y can’t people mind their business,what I’ve made from mmm iv neva made it from any job despite all my badass qualifications. Please and please there’s something called freewill which God gave’s my money it’s my life.mind your business and leave mmm alone.Nigeria be acting over righteous yet are the most corrupt people in the world,make una no vex me today.long live mmm,even if it crashes today and my money goes,iv made far more than what iv put in.aurevoir

  29. leony

    December 6, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    nigerians are not lazy people……toothless nigerian govt are to blame, all they can do is talk without executing what ever they are planning…. and if they plan, they plan only to benefit their own pockets. so tell me why nigerian would not go for this MMM thing….dont let us turn against ourselves. only if our govt take the right steps(having the best interest of the citizens @ heart) ….that is when our country can move forward and some things like the MMM will vever be introduced.

  30. Taiwo

    December 6, 2016 at 8:27 pm

    You that is shutting one down, think very well before you respond to people opinion in public media at least do it without insults and disregarding one. People invest their money where it pay them well, after all, they are not stealing public fund. So allow them. Government should mind their office. The government is concern about Nigerians involving into MMM is because most Nigerians are no more funding their excesses indirectly any more. If God we call on in Nigeria sees all we are going through amidst all the bad things going on in the government offices and people is surviving with or without MMM, it shall be well. If MMM collapses or get ban in Nigeria tomorrow, the man that paid 500k house rent will surely raise another 500k next year. Do you why divine providence never eludes Nigerians. When it collapses only those that involve in it will suffer it.

  31. pat

    December 6, 2016 at 9:40 pm

    Nigerians when are you going wise up? In my country people lost their cash through this (see links below). Those who benefit are at the top and not those who join in the dying stages. This Mavro guy was even imprisoned in his own country, disappeared and then resurfaced on our continent to deceive our fellow brothers and sisters. The challenge is even if you get warnings from your own prophets you fail to accept them. Go on go ahead and invest but do not come back crying when you fail to reap the ‘promised cash breakthroughs’

  32. pich

    December 6, 2016 at 11:51 pm

    So, your liking it or not liking it makes no difference. If u won’t join leave the people in it. You aren’t Jesus Christ that’s for sure . Find your own solace where u can. We are simply giving our moneys to lenders to yield interest as wise servants of the Lord… We have our talents multiplied unto us…

  33. aj

    December 7, 2016 at 5:20 am

    Lmaoooooooo even the congregation didn’t really follow him to say Amen. OYO le wa sir on this issue!

  34. kasali samson

    December 7, 2016 at 8:38 am

    Hnmmmm I so believe in mmm the best way u can make ur money with 30% intress

  35. Andrew

    December 7, 2016 at 9:44 am

    Pastor are u critiquing beco’s MMM has reduced your offering and tithes?if a non Christian like u claim was able to introduce what has brought succour to the masses is it wrong?what I expect big General Oversees like you to do is call buhari and ask him what it take to get Nigeria out of reccession and do a donation to that,the private jet monies should be use for bailout , MMM has done its own bit by putting food on the tables of Nigerians while we are waiting for the president transformation agenda,long live MMM

  36. Obidon

    December 10, 2016 at 6:33 am

    That pastorvis a fake pastor for saying that MMM is demonic. What is demonic about MMM??? Is it a sin to donate money to someone???
    Dear fake apostle,
    Pls leave MMM and its participants alone.
    go and condemn our wicked government who don’t care about us. MMM participants r using their hard earned money there’s nothing like lazyness there. U fake pastorpastor that’s is preaching against MMM, how many ppl have u helped in this life?????
    #long live MMM#
    #together we change the world#
    MMM has changed lives for good

    • Chizoba chinaka

      December 17, 2016 at 12:19 am

      @obidon. Don’t mind them, they will not focus on their calling, how are my even sure that God called him to do his work, because if he is of God, he shouldn’t George any one or accuse mavrodi of being a satanic, it is our money and community we must protect it from our enemies, long live mmm, either they like it or not together we change the worId

  37. Chizoba chinaka

    December 17, 2016 at 12:31 am

    Enemy of progress, they want us to see being there slave, phero in disguise of a pastor, what you can not do for you country some one that cares about the lively hood of people is doing it, he is not even a Nigerian, for you to appreciate him you are calling him names, this is part of jealousy, you are thinking it should have being you, but sorry it’s not part of your destiny, to take God’s people to there promise land. Live our community alone please it’s our money and not yours.

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