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Dear sir,


I hope this letter will not embarras you since we have not had any previous communication. My name is Mr. Peter Odili, I am the governoe of a state in Nigeria. I got your reference from the Nigerian Business Promotional Council and went further to have it confirmes by your country`s trade department.

I, on behalf of my colleagues from different Federal Government of Nigeria owned parastatals decided to solicit your assistance as regard to the transfer of the above stated sum of money into your bank account.

This fund arose from the over-invoicing of various contracts awarded to some foreign contractors during the military rule in Nigeria some years ago. We, as holders of official positions in different parastatals and government were mandated by the new civilian government to scrutinize all payments made to certain foreign contractors by the past military government. We discovered that some of the contracts were grossly over-invoiced, we also discovered that the sum of US$65,560,000.00 ( sixty five million, five hundred and sixty thousand united states dollars ) was floating in a suspense account although the foreign contractors were fully paid after executing their contracts.

We all agreed that the over-invoiced amount be transfered (for our own use) into a bank account provided by a foreign partner as code of conduct of the federal civil service does not allow us to operate foreign bank accounts. We have already succeeded in depositing the money with a security company in my state for temporary safe keeping.

However, we have transfered the sum of US$20,000,000.00 into a foreign account in Geneva-Switzerland.But unfortunately, the provider of the account has refused to adhere to our earlier mutual agreement. Consequently, we have stopped all forms of transaction with him.

We are therefore seeking your assistance based on the balance amount of US$45.56M, which can be speedily processed and fully remitted in to your nominated bank account

We will offer you 25% of the total sum for your assistance, 70% will be ours and 5% will be set aside for expenses both parties might make in the course of this huge transaction.

I assure you that this transaction is 100% risk-free. All documents that has to do with this fund has already been destroyed and computerized records permanently destroyed. We advice you to keep this transaction strictly confidential, we are top civil servants and can not afford scandals.

For security reasons, I gave this letter to a good friend of mine ( DR.NKOSI CHUGUEL ) who will be in Germany on a diplomatic mission to send it to you directly from Germany. You have to send your reply to him by mail

mailto: user nchuguel at domain

You can as well call him at : 0049160-4007317.

Dr.Chuguel is involved in this and will give you the necessary information. Please send your phone and fax numbers to him for easy communication.I will as well get in contact with you, you will thereafter get my personal fax and phone numbers as well.

Best Regards,
Mr.Peter Odili.

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