The man reportedly drank insecticide after hearing the sad news of MMM crashing.
His friend said he invested N300,000 with an expectation of receiving his 30 per cent before his wedding on Wednesday, December 28.
Adakole attempted suicide at the news of accounts frozen by MMM organizers.
Adakole, a groom-to-be reportedly drank insecticide in Otukpo,
Benue state after he heard about the crash of the Ponzi scheme Mavrodi Mondial Moneybox, popularly known as MMM.
There has been tension in Nigeria after participants of the scheme woke up to a message from the organizers that their accounts have been frozen.
The MMM organizers said all accounts will be frozen for a period of one month to allow it prevent its crash as anticipated by many.
However, on hearing the news, Adakole, whose wedding was scheduled to hold on Wednesday, December 28, drank insecticide.
Daily Post reports that Adakole invested N300,000 into the scheme last month.
He was expecting to reap his 30 per cent income to help in his preparation for his wedding.
Witnesses added that the new MMM participant went ‘mad’ after the news broke.
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“Kole is my childhood friend, we all grew up in Ugbokolo but when he traveled to Abuja to meet with the pastor of his fiancée,
he said someone introduced him into the MMM thing but I and his babe warned him but he told us the scheme was not a scam,” A witness said.
“He invested the 300k he was saving for his wedding into the thing and was expecting to get the 30 per cent before his wedding on 28 of this month.
“This early morning, he called me to check the internet if the story of the alleged crashed of the scheme was true,
I told him so I heard and he screamed and hung up.
“When I heard him, I knew it was no longer funny, so I had to rush to his house around Sabon Gari to discover that he had taken Raid insecticide.
I had to call the fiancée to inform her,” he said.
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He also said Adakole has been taken to a clinic where is currently receiving treatment.
But when contacted, police spokesperson for Benue state Moses Yamu said he was not aware of the incident.
Yamu said the incident was yet to be reported to the police.
“We are yet to receive the report as we speak but I promise to get back to you as soon as I get the report,” Yamu said.
Stay tuned because more is to unfold from tale of the diabloic MMM.
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