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

I currently have within my reach the sum of fifty-five Million United States Dollars (US$55,000,000.00) cash, which I intend to use for investment purposes specifically in your country. This money came as a result of a payback contract deal between my late husband and Russian Firm on our country's Multi-billion Dollars Ajaokuta Steel Plant. The Russian partners returned my husbands share of US$55 Million after his death and lodged it with my husband 's security Firm in Nigeria of which I am a director.

Right now the new Civilian Government have revoked our licenses that allows us to own a financial and oil company. In view of these I acted very fast to withdraw the US$55 Million from the company's vault well preserved and packaged in trunk boxes and deposited it in a privately erected security safe. I have since declared the Security  Company bankrupt. No record ever existed concerning the money neither is the money traceable  by the Government because there is no document showing  that we received the money from Russians.

Due to the current situation  in the country concerning Government Attitude towards my family, it has become  quite impossible  for me to make use of the money within, thus I seek your assistance to move the money out of this country. On your consent, I shall expect you to contact me 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 20% ( Twenty Percent) of the total sum to you for the expected services and assistance.

Your urgent response is highly needed so as to stop further contact. I therefore mandate Barrister Alfred Ude who is our family lawyer to deal with you on this transaction. All correspondence must be to Barrister Alfred Ude on  Tel: 234-1-2634357, Fax: 2634357 E-mail address:  Reply to any other number will be totally disregarded for security reasons.

I must  use this opportunity to implore you to exercise the utmost indulgence to keep this matter extraordinarily confidential whatever your decision while I await your prompt response.

Best Regards,

Mrs. Maryam Abacha

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