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From: henry okafor <heny_peters@yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2001 02:14:40 -0800 (PST)
Message-ID: <20011106101440.9049.qmail@web21103.mail.yahoo.com>
To: heny_peters@yahoo.com
Director, Project Implementation,
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation,
Falomo Office Complex,
Ikoyi  Lagos 



It is my great pleasure in writing you this letter on
behalf of myself
and my colleagues. Your particulars were given to me
by a member of the
Nigerian Export Promotion Council (NEPC) who was at
the Federal Government
Delegation to your country during a trade exhibition.
I have decided
to seek a confidentialcooperation with you in the
execution of the deal
described hereunder for the benefit of all parties and
hope you will
keep it as top secret because of the nature of this
business.  Within
the Ministry of Petroleum Resources where I work as a
Director, Project
Implementation and with the cooperation of four other
top officials we
have in our possession as overdue payment bills
totalling Fourteen Million,
Five Hundred Thousand U. S. Dollars (US$14,500,000.00)
which we want
to transfer abroad with assistance and cooperation of
a foreign company/individual
toreceive the said fund on our behalf or a reliable
foreign non-company
account to receive such funds. Moreso, we are
handicapped in the circumstances
as the Nigerian Civil Service Code of Conduct does not
allow us to operate
offshore account hence your importance in the whole

The amount represents the balance of the total
contract value executed on
behalf of my Ministry by a foreign contracting firm
which we the officials
over-invoiced deliberately. Though the actual contract
cost have been
paid to the original contractor, leaving the balance
in the tune of the
said amount which we have in principles gotten
approval to remit byTelegraphic
Transfer (T.T) to foreign bank account you will
provide by filing in
an application through the Federal Ministry of Justice
for the transfer
of rights and privileges of the formercontractor to
you. Since the new
civilian government of my country is determined to pay
every foreign
contractor all debts owed so as to maintain good
relationship with foreign
government and non-government financial agencies,
thereforewe have decided
to include our bills for approvals with the
cooperation of some officials
from the  Federal Ministry of Finance and the Central
Bank of Nigeria
(CBN) We are seeking your assistance in providing a
vital account or
any virgin bank account into which we can remit this
money by acting
as our main partner and trustee. This we can do by
swapping of account
and changing of beneficiary and other forms of
documentation upon application
for claim to reflect the payment and approvals to be
secured on behalf
of you. This processes being pre-arranged with the
principal trustee
of the original contractor and with the consent of the
original contractor.

I have the authority of my partners involved to
propose that should
you be willing to assist us in the transaction your
share of the sum
will be 30% of the US$14.5 million, 60% for us and 10%
for taxation and
miscellaneous expenses.  The business itself is 100%
safe, on your part
provided you treat it with utmostsecrecy and
Also your area of specialization is not a hindrance to
the successful
execution of this transaction. I have reposed my
confidence in you and
hope that you will not disappoint me. Endeavor to
e-mail me to know
your position and include your confidential
telephoneand fax numbers.

Thanks for your cooperation.

Yours faithfully,

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