The Lagos State Emergency Management Agency, LASEMA, has urged Nigerians to dial the emergency line, 112 if they see anybody trying to commit suicide as a result of possible frustration from the decision of the ponzi money-doubling scheme, Mavrodi Mundial Moneybox, MMM Nigeria which has frozen all Mavros, otherwise known as the confirmed accounts of its participants for one month, making it impossible for them to request for money payments, otherwise known as getting help (GP) after haven waited for or are still waiting for the elapse of one month to do so.
The agency which took to the social media to give the call was reacting to a tweet by a Nigerian with the handle, @DejiLeye where he alerted the agency to the impending rise in suicide cases following the decision of the ponzi scheme. He also urged the agency to station its officers across major bridges of the state where he believed so many frustrated members could go and try suicide.
” Suicide rate set to rise in Lagos, @lasemasocial kindly station officers @ major bridges across the city, MMM DON CRASH!.”
Suicide rate set to rise in Lagos, @lasemasocial kindly station officers @ major bridges across the city, MMM DON CRASH!
— OGA! (@dejiLEYE) 13 December 2016
Please dial 112 if you see any in your area #LagosCares https://t.co/AkWwBM9QPH
— LASEMA RESPONSE UNIT (@lasemasocial) 13 December 2016