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I am Dr. Mrs. Bimbola M. Abacha, wife to the late Nigerian Head of State, General Sanni Abacha who died on the 8th of June 1998 while still in active duty.  I am contacting you in view of the fact that we will be of great assistance to each other likewise developing a cordial business relationship.

I currently have the sum of forty-five million United States Dollars ($45,000,000.00) which I intended to use for investment purpose specifically in your country.  The money came as a result of a pay-back contract deal between my late husband and a Russian firm in our country's multi billion Dollars Ajaokuta Steel Plant.  The Russian partners returned my husband's share of $45,000,000.00 USD after the death of my husband and lodged it with my brother's security company in Nigeria of which I am the Director.  Right now the new civilian government have intensified their probe on my husband's financial resources and the account and banking transactions had been suspended.  My son is facing trial and our traveling facilities had been seized temporarily.

In view of this, I acted very fast at the early stage of the probe to withdraw the $45,000,000.00 from the company's vault and deposited it in a privately erected safe in West  Africa.  I have since declared the Security Company Bankruptcy.  No record ever existed concerning the money neither is the money traceably by the government because there is no documentation showing that we received such money from the Russians.

Due to the current situation in my country concerning government attitude towards my family, it has become quite impossible for me to make use of this money within nor have freedom to travel, this, I seek your assistance to transfer this money out of the security safe urgently to enable us discuss in details about this transaction.

Bearing in mind that your assistance is needed to transfer this fund, I propose a commission of 25% of the total sum to you for the expected services and assistance.  Your urgent response is highly needed so as to stop me from seeking further contact for assistance.  All correspondence must be by direct fax number 234-1-7593170 for security reasons.  I must use this opportunity to implore you to exercise the utmost indulgence to keep this matter extra-ordinary confidential whatever your decision while I await your prompt response.

Best regards.


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