Investors of MBA FOREX Take Protest To EFCC Office, Seek For Help

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Some Nigerians who where affected by the shutting down of MBA Forex in Port Harcourt without redeeming money they invested with the market months ago are not relenting in their efforts to reclaim their money.

Many took to the office of the EFCC in Port Harcourt on Wednesday to officially tender their greviance and pray the EFCC to help them recover their money from the management of the MBA Forex.

The protesters carrying different inscription accused the CEO of MBA Forex, Mr Maxwell Odum of defrauding about 70000 struggling Nigerians their money which they acknowledged some lost millions

They are appealing to the EFCC to assist them recover their money and save many youths from committing suicide, as they now find it very difficult to feed and meet up to their needs.

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Officials of the EFCC in Port Harcourt are yet to attend to the protesters as at the time of filing this report.

True Blue Reporters recall that thousands of persons in Rivers State invested in the then reigning MBA forex trade located at Waterlines junction in Port Harcourt with the hope of cashing out monthly in certain percentage until the ugly news of closure which took investors by surprise without cashing out their money. Since then, they have remained helpless with no hope of getting back their money

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