The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has reacted to the freeze on all accounts with MMM Nigeria on Tuesday, December 13.
The anti-corruption agency said on its official Twitter handle that there was nothing it could do if indeed the scheme had failed entirely.
It pointed that Nigerians had been warned about the scheme in advance and so there was nothing that it could do. Besides, it noted, there were more important corruption matters for it to face than MMM.
To all those that were involved in the scheme and may now lose their funds, the EFCC tweeted: