Mum Of Two Commits Suicide Over MMM

A mum of two in Benue, who invested in MMM, has reportedly committed suicide.

Gloria
Samson, 34, according to Tribune, had left her home in Makurdi, on 28
December, 2016 around 9 p.m abandoning her children both five years of
age.

Just as she left, she bade her kids goodbye and apologised
thing she might have done to hurt them, begging for their forgiveness as
well. Samson, sent same message to her husband, via the kids. Her
husband David (pictured), is a printer, who was still at work at that
time.

The woman later drowned herself at River
Benue where her body was discovered by police on 2 January, 2017. It
was alleged that she commited suicide due to the crash of MMM, having
invested a N.4million loan she procured from various places in town.

Some
of those who spoke to Sunday Tribune, said Gloria was a very lively
person until early December 2016, when news of the crash in MMM went
viral. One of her friends, Kate, said: “She came to my stall early
December, she was so moody, unlike her usual way of life.

I asked what the problem was, and she told me that she had run into deep
problem. She added that she collected a sum of money and put it into
MMM, but learnt that the thing had collapsed. She even threatened to run
away.”

Some staff of the local bank where she obtained the loan, but were
oblivious of her death, also traced her to her residence, to notify her
that she had defaulted in her loan payment, only to be informed that she
had passed on.

Her husband, David, also said towards December,
2016, he discovered she took a loan but there was nothing in the shop to
suggest that she invested the money into her business.

He
explained further that he discovered that his wife became depressed
around early December when the news of the crash in MMM filtered into
town and asked her what the problem was, but she only told him that she
was sick.