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Dear XXX,

I salute you in the name of the most high God. I am Mr. Abu Ibrahima, a nephew of the late Gen. Sanni Abacha, former Nigerian Military Head of State who died mysteriously as a result of cardiac arrest.

Since the death of my uncle, our entire family has been under restriction of movement by successive Governments and we are being molested and constantly under watch by the security agents. the Nigerian Government has frozen our discovered Bank accounts here and abroad. Furthermore, my elder brother has been in detention for further interrogation about our family assets and some vital documents.

Following the recent discovery of my late father's bank accounts by the present Nigerian Government with my elder brother's Bank account in which a huge sum of US$700million and Dutch Mark 450 million was lodged and 1.6 Billion Pound Sterling belonging to my late father was seized by the Nigerian Government through the co-operation of Western Governments. I therefore wish to personally appeal to you seriously and religiously for your urgent assistance to transfer the sum of US$12.5 million into your account confidentially where I believe it will be safe since we can not both leave the country due to the restriction of movement imposed on the members of my family.

You can contact me on my e-mail address ( Upon receipt of your good response, I will liase with you towards effective completion of this transaction. However arrangement have been put in place to move this money in secret through a trust worthy security company to any of the West African State; Europe or America as soon as you indicate your inerest. I will send to you the certificate of deposit, number and airway bill of the luggage and other related documents to enable you claim the luggage which shall be tagged "Family Treasures" or "Diplomatic Baggage".

Conclusively, we have agreed to offer you 25% of the total sum while the 75% is to be held in trust by you, until we decide on a suitable business investment in your country as soon as we overcome this ordeal.

Please send to me urgently your contact address, telephone and fax numbers to enable me proceed.

While thanking you for anticipated co-operation, your early response, absolute confidentiality and sincerity of purpose will be highly appreciated.

Yours Sincerely,

Abu Ibrahim

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