Chinmark: Woman who lost millions in Ponzi scheme, reportedly commits suicide
A married woman has reportedly committed suicide after investing millions in Chinmark Group due to the failure of the company to give her back her money.
The sad incident happened following reports that the whereabouts of the owner of the company, Marksman Chinedu Ijeomah is unknown.
It was gathered that the woman identified as Mrs. Nuella, had invested millions of naira without the husband’s knowledge.
Mr. Charles Awuzie, with a verified Facebook account shared the news on his Facebook page.
In a post on his page on Monday night, Awuzie wrote:
“Nuella – the lady who invested her family’s money with you and attempted suicide last month because of you..
Well, she couldn’t handle the disappointment and she left the world today.
I did my best to avoid a possible Chinmark bloodshed…
I was called names, defamed and dragged for trying to stop bloodshed… The court and the blood of those I tried to save will vindicate me at the right time.
As I type this, there are more women in my inbox telling me that they may not make it…
Nothing has broken me like the death of Nuella..
I didn’t know much about her until I learnt about her attempted su’icide… She was so selfless that she wanted to give my gift to her to Chinmark victims who are in more need. It was because of her that I squeezed out more funds to support pregnant victims. No woman has challenged my conscience like Nuella did in the few moments I engaged with her.
Chinmark, you have caused an irredeemable loss.
You have broken the hearts that trusted you.
You have drank the blood of the poor.
Dear Red king, you have been stained with red blood. Is this a coincidence?
My heart is broken….
But this is the end of Ponzi schemes in Nigeria.
At this point, we will activate every tool available to us to bring those who killed Nuella to justice.
Hashtag – #Justice4Nuella #ShutdownPonzi #ShutdownRedKillers
Rest in Peace Nuella. There will be no peace for those who killed you.”
Since Chinmark crashed, many investors have reported to the Enugu office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.
However, the anti-graft agency is yet to take notable action on the matter.