There are more than 150 million Nigerians according to last census. Currently, participants in MMM programme world-wide is about 200 million. So, to answer the question ‘If everybody in Nigeria joins Popular MMM Programme, will it crash?’. NO, it will not crash, but on one condition. The condition is that they will continually donate their spare money and leave the rest to MMM algorithm to handle and balance every other thing. The purpose of this article is to explain that MMM program can be sustainable and will not crash even if everybody in Nigeria joins.
Popular MMM programme has been referred by media and government agencies as Ponzi Scheme, Pyramid Scheme, Wonder Bank and robbing Peter to pay Paul. Research has shown that Ponzi and Pyramid schemes are not sustainable and therefore crashes eventually. Is popular MMM programme really Ponzi Scheme, Pyramid Scheme, robbing Peter to pay Paul and Wonder Bank? Do you have your facts and figures about MMM and why its Ponzi Scheme and the likes and will eventually crash? Can you predict if this programme that is helping more than 200 million participants all over the world will eventually crash and why? Do you know the principle, ideologies, risks, rules and regulation guiding MMM Scheme? Do you have proven, researched data and information to prove your point that MMM programme will crash eventually? This article does not seek to convince people to join the programme, it’s not sponsored by any government or private institution, it’s a personal research work to prove that MMM programme can crash or be sustained. It seeks to prove from first principle, popular MMM business model, why it will crash or …
Hypothetically, what does death feel like? I’ve BEEN dead, already. Literally and fully. My neurosurgeon didn’t want any red marks on his record, so he brought me back, the jerk. I died in a car crash with a big tree. The tree died, too. I died on the table, then the doc resuscitated me, then I went into a coma for 40 days and 40 nights. After 30 days, the doc asked my mother if she wanted to ‘pull the plug’, but Mom said, “No, she ALWAYS oversleeps.” Actually BEING dead doesn’t feel like
New to Port Harcourt? This post gives you a comprehensive list of the various service providers in the city and where to find them
After months of anticipation — and a seemingly endless supply of leaks — Samsung’s Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge are finally here. Unveiled during Samsung’s press event at the Mobile World Congress electronics show in Barcelona, the S7 and S7 edge look a lot like their predecessors — but there are a couple of key differences, including new cameras, waterproof designs, and the return of expandable storage. Will that be enough for the S7 and S7 edge to effectively do battle with Apple’s iPhone 6s and 6s Plus? Let’s take a look.
A lot of us have come to expect a lot of special things from Samsung in the past years and it is no surprise that the South Korean phone maker would be dropping something really awesome this year too. Last year, the S6 and S6 Edge hit the market with a bang and so naturally Samsung will be upping the game this year with the S7 and S7 Edge, and we have the leaked pictures and specs.
It’s the Valentine season and you may be looking for where in Port Harcourt to buy that new Android phone everyone is talking about for the most affordable rates, or your laptop has recently started developing some software faults and you are wondering where to repair it in Port Harcourt without having to worry about bad service. Garrison junction on Aba road in Port Harcourt is the best bet for your purchase and repair of gadgets of all types and sizes in Port Harcourt, and this post tells you why.
The very moment you decide to buy or repair an electronic device in Port Harcourt, a warning sound beeps in the mind of the average hustler at Garrison [or so the legends say]. If you are looking for where to buy or repair your electronic gadgets in Port Harcourt, the very first place in your mind should be the tech cluster at Garrison. Basically, if Computer Village in Lagos had a first cousin in Port Harcourt, her name would be the Garrison Tech Cluster. But first of all, here are simple directions on how to get to this tech cluster from anywhere in Pitakwa.
Nigerian companies are getting customer service wrong on social media, and it’s painful to watch.
Do men really care about their devices? Apple unveiled the pin – *cough* Rose Gold iPhone 6s earlier this year, and I noticed a myriad of women on Twitter making a fuss about it, and how gorgeous it looks. I also noticed a myriad of men grumbling subtly, thinking about the huge amounts they’d have to shell out soon (February isn’t that far away, if you think about it).