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FROM: ABBA ABACHA, LAGOS, NIGERIA.
I am contacting you on behalf of my family, and l strongly
solicite your assistance in the name of the Almighty Allah.
I presume my dad did business with your company, because l
found your contact address in one of his personal files. I
am Abba Abacha, the son of the late General Sani Abacha,
a past Head of State of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. Since
my father's death, my entire family has been under immense
pressure from the present Government of Nigeria, to make available
the funds in my father's possession. As a result of this,
my family has lost over US$775,000,000.00, which my father
left behind for his family. Immediately after my father's
internment, my mother made numerous attempts to travel out
of the country with the funds my father kept in his country
home, but all her efforts were frustrated by the government
of the day. This gave my mother a lot of psychological problems.
As a result of these foiled attempts, l decided to tactically
move some of the funds to a neighboring country: this l succeeded
in doing without the knowledge of my country's Government.
The funds are in a total amount of US$21,500,000.00, and sealed
in trunk boxes. I have made arrangements with the Security
Company where l lodged the trunk boxes as photographic printing
materials, to help airlift the trunk boxes to my would be
destination (your country). At the moment, I cannot travel
out of the country, because my country's Government is holding
on to my International Passport. It is in view of this, l
have decided to solicit your assistance in the dispensing
of these funds in a destination/location nearest to
you. Remuneration is open to negotiation.
I appeal to you in the name of almighty Allah, the beneficent
and the merciful, to sincerely and honestly render us this
assistance, l know you would wonder why l am not soliciting
for assistance from well placed Nigerians, it's really sad.
You see, all my late father's friends whom we have asked for
assistance absconded with our money. . This disgraceful act
by Nigerians has made it necessary for us to seek foreign
assistance. Please, we implore you to treat this project with
utmost confidentiality, as we would not want our family name
in further trouble. Thank you for your anticipated assistance.
Please, you can send your response to my mailbox and I will
get back to you immediately.
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