Tens of Lagosians stormed the LASU Road office of late Fatai Yusuf, popularly known as Oko Oloyun, to demand the money they invested in his Ponzi scheme.
Oko Oloyun, a popular Lagos-based trado-medical expert, was murdered on Thursday around 4:30pm on the road while travelling to Iseyin, Oyo State.
Following his death, individuals who invested money in his Ponzi scheme, known as “Option C” stormed the Head office of his company to know how to retrieve their money.
The investors were the more confused as his two offices at Egba Idowu along Igando road in Lagos were shut with no one to provide information.
The investors, however, vowed to take drastic measures if a statement was not issued by the organization as soon as possible.
Some of the investors in “Option C” programme narrated to The NewsGuru how much they had invested and insisted they could not afford to lose their hard-earned money.
The online news platform quoted an investor who identified himself as Tunde as explaining that Option C is a money-making programme that promised a 10% return in two months.
Tunde, who was trembling while speaking, added that he invested in the scheme in July 2019 and had only received returns once, contrary to the agreement of two months which was stated.
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Another investor, a retired teacher, who was clearly in shock, stated that she had invested millions having joined the programme in December 2018. She said she had only received N500,000 from her investment and that she was not sure of her fate with the death of Oko Oloyun.
Clutching her investment documents, she said that she filed to pull out after inconsistency in payment but rescinded her decision when she was told that she could not get her investment back in full.
Mrs. Sulaimon, an investor, said she aborted her trip to travel down from Badagry to Igando when she heard about the assassination of Oko Oloyun.
Another investor, who spoke with teary eyes said Oko Oloyun’s death was a big blow to the Ponzi scheme. He however advised his co-investors to allow the family some mourning space before demanding for their money.
Meanwhile, some investors who had visited the house of the late Oko Oloyun in Lagos alleged that they were denied access by the security men, with the statement that “Alhaja said we should not allow anybody to come in, they are all in Ibadan.”
After the outcry, the investors agreed among themselves to visit the house of the deceased in Lagos during the Fidau prayers on the eighth day to demand their returns.
However, a security man at Oko Oloyun’s Egan Idowu office alleged that one of the rooms in the head office was intentionally burnt by unknown men prior to Oko Oloyun’s death.
He said the workers who were on duty had been arrested.