Ex-Minister of State for Defence, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, on Monday returned N30m to EFCC. This brings the total amount of money he has returned to N134m. He promised to pay the remaining N450m in 2017.
Nigerians however, claim the former minister is relying on MMM to pay the money next year.
They said the most probable way to make money during a recession is to invest in the controversial ponzi scheme that yields 30 per cent on investment.
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Obanikoro pledges to return loot in installments, and Nigerians think he is relying on MMM
Former Minister of State for Defence, Senator Musiliu Obanikoro, on Monday returned N30m to EFCC. This brings the total amount of money he has returned to N134m. He promised to pay the rest in 2017. Nigerians suspect he is relying on MMM to get the money. See their comments and other reactions
— The Punch Newspapers (@MobilePunch) November 30, 2016
@MobilePunch u won go put d remaining for mmm Abi….efcc mk una nor gree oo
— Emeka D (@iboboi4U) November 30, 2016
Obanikoro return 135 million and promise to pay 450 million in 2017. why 2017?? Abi he don put the money for MMM cos I don't know why 2017..
— Rasak Tunde™ (@I_am_Rasak) November 30, 2016
I hear he reason Obanikoro has postponed payment to EFCC to 2017 is because he is waiting for his MMM account to mature
— #RhynosKonsult (@nnaemy2001) November 30, 2016
"Hes doing MMM na @DrDamages: N4.7bn: Obanikoro returns N134m to EFCC …says I’ll repay N450m in 2017 – Punch. I guess the ones buried in the
— god Sparks (@9jasparker) November 30, 2016
@MobilePunch he might as well say he will be using the earnings from fixing the money.
— Red Ehik (@redehik) November 30, 2016