- MMM has donated educational materials to students in Taraba state
- Students are benefited are said to be mostly orphans
- Some schools who benefited are said to include some government owned schools in the state
A nongovernmental organization, Judith Clement Charity Foundation(JCCF) said it partnered with MMM ( Nigeria) to give students in Taraba state some educational materials worth thousands of naira.
According to the founder of JCCF, Mrs Judith Clement, who is also a product of one of the benefiting schools, the foundation decided to partner with MMM to bring succour to the benefiting students- mostly orphans- by helping them to pay their school fees, in addition to giving them several academic materials such as exercise books, pencil and biros.
Speaking, the principal of Government Secondary School, Gambu, Mallam Garba Musa, commended the efforts of the foundation and its supporting partner, MMM, for the timely intervention, saying it will go a long way in reducing the cost of learning on the beneficiaries.
Mallam Musa consequently admonished the students to make judicious use of the gifts in order to boost their academic performance.
Aside GDS Gambu, Government Day Secondary School (GDSS), Mbamnga, and various other schools in the state benefited from the intervention.
Meanwhile, another foundation, Jofin Empowerment Orphanage Home has praised MMM(Nigeria) for its financial donation to the organization which has helped in no small measure in achieving some of its aims and objectives towards helping the less privileged in the society who are orphans.
The orphanage said it got some generous donation from the online community with which they were able to have a massive renovation of the place which has made the home more habitable for the kids.
NAIJ.com had reported that despite criticisms that trailed the scheme over its recent crash in Nigeria, the Mavrodi Mondial Movement scheme popularly known as MMM has continued to woo Nigerians back into its fold by engaging in humanitarian donations across the country.
NAIJ.com gathered that MMM recently partnered an NGO, Initiative for Self Esteem Empowerment and Evaluation (ISEE) Inc. in conjunction with Olajumoke Jide Foundation to empower indigent women in Lagos with half a million naira with a view to alleviating poverty.
However, despite the above donations from MMM, many critics insist MMM is fraud as shown in this video by NAIJ.com. What do you think?