FLASH: Security Expert Insists MMM Has Crashed

An online security expert, has reaffirmed that MMM Nigeria has crashed. According to him, MMM is a ponzi scheme and ponzi schemes fail, when the payouts stop, and payouts have stopped in MMM. Continue to read his tweets.


“Not a prophet, but I warned Nigerians about MMM crashing in December, seems I was right. Wish more people listened. This is how MMM crashed in South Africa. In May, MMM SA announced a freeze, just like MMM Nigeria did in December, SA still frozen.


Unlikely it’ll be up ever again in Nigeria as MMM at anything close to what it was…It has crashed. A ponzi scheme crashes when payouts stop. Payouts have stopped.


Knowing it’s about to crash, #MMM Nigeria introduced a 20% bonus on the 7th of December to get people to hand over even more money. If MMM hasn’t crashed (it has), and it ‘unfreezes’, there will be a run on existing accounts which will lead to a crash.


All of you doing MMM, who regulates MMM’s currency, the Mavro, that’s all you really have in your account, the real money is with MMM. As MMM dies a natural death, many shall take its place, I hope people won’t be as gullible as they were with it.


People , MMM has crashed, your money is gone. You can stay in denial till January if you want or you can start working on Plan B right away.


Though merely ‘Frozen’ is the wrong term, it’s actually ‘frozen to death’, seeing as all pre-freeze accounts were ‘cancelled’, he said.

President Obama Crashed A Couple’s Wedding

When Stephanie and Brian? (who chose not to reveal their last name to the press) picked a date and location for their wedding, they had no idea it would bring them close to President Barack Obama.

As they told ABC 2, they were aware the president would be golfing in the San Diego area where they were planning their nuptials, but didn’t think they’d actually cross paths.

Brian and Stephanie were getting married at the ?Torrey Pines Golf Course? in La Jolla. They assumed the president was golfing at another course, but when they spotted secret service SUVs, the realized he was closer than they thought. Then, they got a huge surprise. 

The final putt of President Obama’s golf game just so happened to be behind their wedding altar. When he was finished with the game, he walked right up to their wedding party and started shaking hands with excited guests who were waiting for the ceremony to start. Brian and Stephanie were hidden away in a bridal suite inside, watching everything from a window. When Stephanie saw him shaking hands she decided to make a dash to get his attention, running out onto the course in her heels and dress (and followed closely by Brian).


AIB Releases Crashed Bristow Chopper Manifest

Nine days after the Sikosky S76 C+ chopper belonging to Bristow Helicopters marked 5N-BGD crashed into Lagos Lagoon at Oworonshoki area of the Third Mainland Bridge, Accident Investigation Bureau, AIB, yesterday released the flight manifest to the public.

The manifest confirmed that 12 souls were on board the ill-fated flight, including two crew members. AIB in its statement did not, however, clarify names of the survivors, but Bristow Helicopters in an earlier statement confirmed that the two crew members, Capt. Joseph Wyatt and co-pilot, Peter Kayode Bello, did not survive the crash.

Online statement signed by spokesman of AIB, Mr. Tunji Oketunbi, gave names of those on board as Mr. Ita Ekpeyong, Joshua Emekeme, Dolu Ebiejuara, Onoriode Onojete, Chukwuma Erise and Solomon Udeh.

Others are Chidi Ukwunta, Iniala Opaimi, Chris Abua, Chukwudi Onah, Joseph Wyatt (captain) and Peter Kayode Bello (co-pilot). It was, however, learnt that the survivors are Joshua Emekeme, Dolu Ebiejuara, Onoriode Onojete, Solomon Udeh, Iniala Opaimi and Chukwudi Onah.

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AIB Secures Audio Recordings Of Conversation Between Pilot, ATC Of Crashed Bristow Helicopter

The Accident Investigation Bureau (AIB) monday confirmed that it had retrieved all necessary documents, recording and fuel samples pertaining to the ill-fated Bristow-operated S-76 helicopter which, last Wednesday, crashed into the Lagoon at the Oworonshoki area of Lagos with six fatalities out of 12 persons board.

According to the spokesman of AIB, Tunji Oketunbi, the Bureau has collected files from the airline, Bristow, that detailed the helicopter’s history, files from the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) on the profile and maintenance history of the aircraft and files on the crew members and the audio recording between the Air Traffic Control (ATC) and the pilots’ conversation before the crash.

Oketunbi said: “We have files on the airline, crew members, aircraft; we have retrieved all their files, maintenance manual of the particular helicopter, fuel sample of the fuel in the aircraft and the records of the conversation between the pilots and the Air Traffic Controllers. NCAA has the files on the crew because it licensed them. Every pilot and every cabin crew has files in NCAA.”

In addition, AIB will interview those who dispatched the aircraft to know the airworthiness of the helicopter before it took off for the ill-fated flight, the survivors of the crash, including the engineers in Bristow and those in NCAA that certified the aircraft airworthy.

Oketunbi said that it is the basic thing to do to collect fuel sample of the aircraft involved in accident to know whether it contributed to the crash, adding that so far, the airline was cooperating with the Bureau in its investigation, but noted that by law, the airline must cooperate with AIB.

“We also have the prerogative by law to forcefully impound documents and recordings and other things that are necessary if the airline is not cooperating. We can break into the offices of the company and take whatever we need in the investigation, but the company is cooperating,” Oketunbi noted.

He confirmed that all the materials collected would help the Bureau carry out comprehensive investigation into the crash as it contained a selection of actual audio clips of conversations between ATC facilities and crew members of the aircraft before the accident, adding that the sizes of each file in kilobytes are located next to the ‘Download’ link.

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Black Box Of Crashed Bristow Helicopter Found

The Accident Investigation Bureau on Friday announced that it had recovered the Black Box of the Bristow helicopter that crashed into the Lagos lagoon on Wednesday. The black box contains the cockpit voice and the flight data recorders.

The Commissioner of the Accident Investigation Bureau, Felix Abali, made this known while displaying the two devices to aviation correspondents at the bureau’s headquarters in Lagos. The cause of the crash is yet to be ascertained.


Black Box Of Crashed Bristow Helicopter Still Missing- NEMA

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) on Thursday said it was still searching for the Black Box of the ill-fated chopper that plunged into the Lagos Lagoon on Wednesday.

Mr Ibrahim Farinloye, the South-West Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the agency, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos.

Farinloye said that the agency’s rescue team was still on the lookout for the black box of the ill-fated Bristow Helicopter.

NAN reports that the black box is a piece of equipment on an aircraft that records what happens on a flight and can be used to discover the cause of accidents.

He , however, confirmed that the agency had recovered the two remaining bodies of the victims, which brought the total number of the dead bodies recovered to six, with six survivors.

Farinloye who said that the bodies were recovered from the Lagoon at 10.55a.m., attributed it to the joint efforts of the agency’s rescue team and the canoe operators.

“We have to employ the services of local canoe operators who know the terrain.

“About 40 canoe operators were deployed to the scene of the incident and we succeeded in recovering the two remaining bodies at about 10:55 a.m,” he said.

Credit: NAN