PSL Leadman, Egona Abraham, Debunks Scamming Allegation

PSL Leadman, Egona Abraham, Debunks Scamming Allegation

Saturday, September 11, 2021 1:56 pm


Egona Abraham

..says ‘wicked detractors are at work’

Leadman, Possibility Specialists Global Resources, Egona Abraham, popularly known as Father Abraham, has broken his silence on festering rumours that the company’s operations are scams.

Abraham reacted that the response would not have been necessary but for deliberate mischievous media campaigns orchestrated by the scheme’s detractors.

The kernel of the defamatory allegation, he said, was a claim that PSL allegedly swindled a woman, Eneanza Amala, to the tune of N39m.

He described them as very untrue, all lies, noting, “such name, by the way, is not in our database; this shows their unverified information passed to the public for selfish interest and was a total mislead”.

The real name of our old member who led her 19 prospects blindly is Eneanya Amaka Sophia, popularly known as Sophynana, who has been benefiting and receiving regular payouts from 2018 to 2019, 2020 and 2021 before this time, is now regretting her act of impatience.

He said contrary to the unsubstantiated and apparently false allegation, a company actually triggered losses to PSL in their trading activities, and that the case is under investigation with results upcoming at Special Fraud Unit, Ikoyi Lagos under the management of CP in charge.

“The firm is owing her as much as over N500m that led to the recent instability of payments; PSL is still paying and will continue to.”

According to him, PSL Leadman will not succumb to blackmail, “because we have nothing to hide; we’re too legit for that. Possibility Specialists maintains the integrity of a dedicated system, making transparency our watchword”.

Abraham lamented that the matter was not well investigated at all by the Police before laying charges against them and the case was hurriedly taken to court in less than 24 hours.

He affirmed that “I was truly arrested in the afternoon of 29th of August and charged to court on the 30th in the morning without any fair hearing from me; it is a civil case and never a criminal case as published by by some online media. It’s a conspiracy to tarnish my image and that of PSL.”

He said without being prejudicial to the pending case in the court, he had confidence that true justice would be served out in no time and with the matter’s reconciliation process done.

Abraham, however, expressed confidence in “natural justice also; that all our PSLITES whom we had lifted would not see us as scammers, having experienced us as a body that remains incontestably truthful in the market.”

“Those who published the story should have investigated it properly if truly they are truly professionals, investigative journalists; they ought to find out the truth from Possibility Specialists management to be sure of the of the story before publishing it but they never bothered; they relied so much on the information they claimed was given by the Police.”

Abraham reiterated that Possibility Specialists remains one of the most sincere institutes of money growth in the whole world with consistent records of undoubted integrity and transparency, which is today a pride of Nigeria and never a Ponzi scheme in any way.

“It’s a total misrepresentation, we produce raw rice for sale, mobile phones for our numerous cooperators receiving regular dividends, skill acquisition school, car sales, beekeeping, smoked catfish, forex trading, hospitality industry…”


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2 Comments

  • Oluebube Aghamere says:

    All I have to say that father Abraham is a straight forward man, and the nonsense trend is false

  • Solomon Samuel says:

    PSL IS REAL, LET ALL THIS MESSAGE FLYING AROUND STOP, IT’S A LIE, NOT TRUE. I HAVE SEEN THE MOST TRANSPARENT SYSTEM, AND IS ONLY ONE, WHICH IS PSL. I STAND WITH FAB AND PSL, ALL PSLITE, LET BE STRONG THIS TIME AROUND. LET THE LORD ARISE AND WE SHOULD BE VICTORIOUS IN JESUS NAME.

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