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Attention: The General Manager.

Subject: Business assistance.

January 2001.

Dear Sir,

Compliments of the season. This mail will surely come to you as a great surprise, since we never had any previous correspondence.

First, let me introduce myself as Mrs. Rakiya Atinuke Oke, widow to the former commander of ECOMOG peace keeping force in Sierra Leone, Colonel Yusuf Oke.

My husband, who died in the line of his duty early last year, was earlier been compensated by the former head of state of the federal republic of Nigeria, General Abubakar Abdulsalami, with the sum of $7,500,000.00 (Seven million, five hundred thousand United States dollars), as against his decisions on a voluntary retirement from the Nigerian army, and consequently, his intensions of starting up a business.

This amount $7,500,000 (Seven million, five thousand United States dollars), I am aware has ever since been deposited with a reputable security company here in Nigeria, the "FIRST TRUST SECURITIES LIMITED", FTS, which has it's offshore offices in the following countries.

1. Amsterdam, Netherlands.

2. Brussels, Belgium.

3. Toronto, Canada.

4. Accra, Ghana. (West Africa)

5. Contoun, Republic of Benin. (West Africa)

6. London, United Kingdom.

With me is the true certified hard copy of the deposit certificate.

I write to you with the intension of seeking your understanding and co-operation to help secure funds on my behave in any of your considered "Safe Account" within the FTS coverage list above.

There are rumors of possible re-collections of monies by the present day civilian regime, given military officers, serving, retired or dead by the former military regime of Gen. Abdulsalami.

I am afraid, as I consider this fund most important for up keep and training of my children. I already have discussed this possibility with the board of directors of the FTS, and was consequently advised to find foreign assistance, hence my contacting you.

It will be a great pleasure if you consider this proposal as urgent, as I am willing to compensate you with 25% of the entire amount.

For more details on my preferred modus operandi in getting funds to you hitch free, Please do not hesitate to contact me on the following phone, or email address below, as this message is been sent through a commercial center for security reasons.

I await anxiously your swift response, as time obviously is of great importance. And transaction, having your blessings will be concluded within 5 to 9 bank working days.

I remain,

Yours truly,

Mrs. Rakiya Atinuke Oke.

Phone: 234.1.7752451

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