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sadiq abacha wrote:



Dear Sir,


First, I must solicit your strictest confidence in this transaction, this is by virtue of it's nature as being utterly confidential and top secret as you were introduced to my family in confidence by a mutual acquaintance in the Nigerian Chamber of Commerce(foreign Trade Division). He does not however know the nature and extent of what I am about to introduce to you..

I am one of the sons of the late Nigerian head of state, General Sani Abacha. I wish to contact you on transfer business involving US$41.5Million. Shortly before the death of my father, he received and kept in a coded account with the Central Bank of Nigeria(C.B.N) this fund (US$41.5M). The said fund arose from an over-inflated contract executed for the Government of Nigeria by some foreign contractors and the contract in question was fully executed and commissioned during the era of my father as president. The Contractor has been fully paid leaving the over-invoiced sum floating in a numbered(coded) account at the C.B.N awaiting claim upon presentation of ownership details which include the access code and the contract number.

Before proceeding further, I would not fail to tell you that since the death of my father, the government of my country has subjected our family to solitary confinement, which I believe is the most traumatic punisment that can be inflicted on anyone. Our movement has been restricted and all our travelling document seized.We are also placed on strict surveillance. My father and our individual's money in both local and foreign bank accounts have been confiscated by this same government with the assistance of some local collaborators and foreign governments where these funds were deposited.Presently my elder brother, Mohammed is currently facing trial in law court. He has been accused of privy to death of some prominent Nigerians. This accusation of the government is based on the falsified loot alligation levelled against my father of public funds during his era.

For fear of any possible discovery of the fund by our government, we are therefore soliciting intrested partner who will front for us, clear the fund from the Central Bank of Nigeria(C.B.N) and provide a reliable account in oversea for it accommodation, then claim the beneficiary pending when we shall be able to travel. We have agreed give you 20% of the total fund for your assistance. Should there be any expense incurred by you in the course of this transaction, after it's successful completion, 10% will be deducted from the total fund for the reimbursement before the balance amount could be shared according the percentage. Please note again that this transaction is strictly confidential and as such should be kept secret.Be rest assured that this transaction is 100% risk free as all modalities have been put in place for a smooth and successful conclusion. However, should you be intrested in assisting us, I will not hesistate to furnish you with the access code of the secret account, code which you will present at the Central Bank of Nigeria. Moreso with this code, you will able to verify and acquire all the necessary information regarding the fund before clearing from the Bank vault and subsequent transfer to your designated bank account either by telegraphice transfer or through cash call programme.

Lastly, we are also intrested in a joint venture with our share of the fund in any profitable business pending when we gain the liberty to travel out of the country. I expect your prompt and positive response through my personal Tel/fax 234-1774-9158.

Yours faithfully, Mallam Sadiq Abacha

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