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I am yet to see any change- Fr Mbaka says, accuses President Buhari's aides of working against him

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Controversial Enugu Catholic priest, and Spiritual Director of Adoration Ministry, Enugu State, Rev. Fr. Ejike Mbaka has accused some of the aides of President Buhari of working against him so that the change he promised during the elections would not be accomplished. 

The clergy man made the allegations when he spoke with some newsmen during the graduation of Niger Delta youths who trained at Innoson Plastic Factory under Federal Government’s Amnesty Programme. According to him, he is yet to see any change in government as promised by the current administration.

“I am talking about change from corruption to moral probity, a time Nigeria will become a country that is worthy of emulation, that internationally when you mention Nigeria, Nigerians shall begin to smile. I am talking about change that is beyond embezzlement of funds meant for the development of the people and country. Only few people who call themselves politicians will be stealing the money and whatever they are doing with …

Nigerians ignore SEC’s warning on online financial investment scheme (MMM)

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Weeks after the Nigerian Security and Exchange Commission (SEC) warned the general public against falling prey to an online investment scheme tagged, “MMM Federal Republic of Nigeria,” many people remain immovable in their quest for its breadth-taking gains. In a survey by The Guardian, most of the respondents, who were mostly students of tertiary institutions, described the scheme as a less-risky venture, which if successful, leaves participants smiling. The MMM, according to information on its website, is a trending financial scheme which promises to create a community of people providing financial help to one another on the principle of gratuitousness, reciprocity and benevolence. Registered members help each other by providing a certain sum of money (as ordered by the operators of the scheme) and such paid amount is expected to yield a 30 per cent increase at the end of the month.


At any month end, members could withdraw their invested amount as well as the added interest through a s…