MMM: You can’t eat Nigerians’ money just like that, reactions trail Sergei Mavrodi’s death

Twitter users have taken to the social media platform to air their views on the death of the founder of MMM pyramid scheme, Sergei Mavrodi.

Mavrodi reportedly died today of heart attack at the age of 62.

The comment came mostly from Nigerians and people from other parts of the world whose encounter with the Ponzi scheme had been mostly unpalatable.

Some of the comments raised questions about the circumstances that surrounded his death, while the majority of the people believed that it was just a clear case of Karma.

News broke before noon on Monday that the MMM founder died of heart attack after he was admitted to a Russian hospital.

Mavrodi inaugurated his pyramid scheme in 2011 and crashed in Nigeria in December 2016.

See some of the tweets below:

 

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