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l am sorry for the embarrassment, this my letter might cause you as we have not had any correspondence before this letter. I got your email address from a reliable source. I carried out an extensive search and enquiry through the Nigerian chamber of commerce and also the Nigerian export promotion council after the extensive search and enquiry, your address was given to me with very high recommendations by the two earlier mentioned establishments. Although I did not disclose my major intentions because of it's top level confidential nature. I only told them that I was in search of a plastic processing company, which I want to invest in. I really want to invest in plastic processing industry since it is a very lucrative business. My major motive is to invest in your country through a reliable and trustworthy foreigner.

l am DR. MRS MARIAM ABACHA, wife of the late Nigeria Head of State, General Sanni Abacha who died on the 8th of June, 1998 while still on active duty I am contacting you in view of the fact that we will be of great help to each other and also develop a cordial business relationship. l currently have within my reach the sum of Fifty-five Million US DollarsUS$55,000,000.00) cash which l intend to use for investment, like Real Estate Development specifically in your country.

This money came as a payback contract deal between my late husband and a Russian Firm on ourcountries multi-billion dollars Ajaokuta Steel Plant. The Russian Partners returned my husband's share of US$55,000,000.00 after the death of my husband and I lodged it in my husband's security company of which l am the director right now, the new Civilian Government have intensified their probe on my husband's financial and oil company. ln view of these, l acted fast to withdraw the U$55,000,000.00 from the company'! s vault and deposited as family treasure in a Security Company for safe custody. l have since declared the Security Company bankrupt. No record ever existed concerning the money traceable by the government because there is no documentation showing that we received the money from the Russian. Due to the current situation in he country concerning government attitude towards my family, it has become quite impossible for me to make use of this money within, thus consent l shall expect you to contact me urgently to enable us discuss in detail about this transaction.

Bearing in mind that your assistance is needed to transfer this fund, l proposed a percentage of 30% of the total sum to you for the expected service and assistance, 5% for offsetting minor expenses incurred in the course of this transaction.5% has been mapped out for charity purposes. Your urgent response is highly needed as to stop further contacts. All correspondence must be by the email address above. l will give you my tel/fax numbers where you can contact me when l hear from you.l must use this opportunity to implore you to exercise the utmost indulgence to keep this matter extraordinarily confidential whatever your decision while await your prompt response.

May the Almighty Allah bless you.

Best regards,

Dr Mrs.Mariam Abacha.

NB: Because of the security being mounted on the members of my family, l have decided that this transaction exist between you and my Nephew Drv Patrick Uche .Remember to include your private tel/fax or mobile number for easy communication.

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