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I am Chief Nze Akpamgbo Special Adviser to the family of
the late Nigerian Military Head of State General Sanni Abacha
on behalf of whose wife I write you this message. Since the
assumption of power by the present civilian government in
Nigeria, the entire family of late General Sanni Abacha has
known no peace at all. The present government has set
out plans to liquidate the estate of the late General. The
Federal Government has confiscated all known property of the
late General in Nigeria. They have equally frozen all
the family's bank account here in Nigeria and abroad.
The first surviving son of late General Abacha, Muhammed
Abacha is presently standing trial on a framed charge of conspiracy
and murder. All these victimization and many more has left
the surviving siblings of general Abacha and his wife in a
very desperate situation in the battle for survival.
In view of this experience and in order to avoid being put
into worse jeopardy, Madam Mariam Abacha has decided to entrust
her family money under the care of an obscure Like I stated
above the family bank account of late General Sanni Abacha
has been frozen and the money and property seized by the government.
Madam Abacha acting on tip-off withdrew as much money as she
could before the freezing of her account and kept it in cash,
very well disguised to avoid being detected by the Security
agent of the government.
The money will be put under your custody under conditions
to be agreed upon by Madam and yourself. Madam would be very
pleased to discuss directly with you upon your acceptance
to assist her. The first batch of US$45,000,000.00 will
be handed over to you as soon as this agreement is concluded.
However, you should undertake to make the money available
to her on demand as a primary condition to the commencement
of the transaction.
Please do treat this matter as very urgent and highly confidential.
All your correspondent should be through the above E.mail
address. I look forward to your prompt reply.
Chief Nze Akpamgbo
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