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From: <mariamxyz@tiscali.co.uk>
Date: Sat, 25 Oct 2003 04:31:24 -0700
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Dear  Friend,
 
 I am Medical Doctor, the first son of the Late Chief Alex Okadigbo the
former Senate president of Nigeria and a contestant of last election held
in Nigeria as a vice president, but unfortunately did not succeed.
 I need an immediate help from anybody who is willing,trustworthy and honest
in transferring the sum of Fifty Million US Dollar( $50,000,000,00) from
the Central Bank of Nigeria to a foreign base savings account in Europe.In
order to be secured for the future of my family.
An agreement will be reached between me and the person who will volunteer
to render this assistance to me of having 10% of the money transfered. This
will be documented and kept one for your lawyer and one for you, same apply's
to me. I will be very grateful to anyone who will render this assistance
to me now.
In respect of my father's profile which has a clear record of being a worthy
man, he likes bring out the best in whatever he does. Seeking the good of
people. He has enough wealth that is to be taking care of by me and his
first son .I seek for this help urgently as to secured that part of his
wealth which is been assigned to me.
All the documents covering or regarding the transfer will be provided as
soon as you respond to this appeal. The CBN has agreed to transfer the
money to any foreign base account that I provide. So please, I seek this
assistance urgently.
Like I said, 25% of the transfered money will be allocated to you and the
sole partner i this transaction. Please, I need a honest and trustworthy
person,because this is the fund of my family's future.
 If you are interested in this deal, please don't hesitate in replying me
immediately to commence the process.. I pray that this transaction will
be of good to both of us In Jesus name.
 
Best regards
Dr. Mike Okadigbo
 
         
Received on Saturday, 25 October 2003 07:36:11 GMT

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