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All African Games

From: Dr. Bill Akulunon <am_2002@wongfaye.com>
Date: Sun, 13 Oct 2002 07:28:35 +0200
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Dr. Bill Akulunon.
Reply to: fmysc@indiatimes.com

Dear Sir,
                                         8TH ALL AFRICAN GAMES
I am Dr Bill  Akulunon, the Accountant of the Federal Ministry of
Youths,Sports,and culture 
- Parent body of the Local Organizing Committee of the 8th All African
game tagged 
"COJA 2003" holding in my country next year. In the course of our
preparation to host the 
8th All African games, a huge sum of money running into millions of United
States Dollars 
was budgeted by the present civilian administration of our President Chief
 Olusegun 
Obasanjo for the successful prosecution of this competition. In the same
vein, the 
supreme council for sport in  Africa also made millions of dollars
available for the same 
competition. 
However, in my capacity as the Chief Accountant, of both local  organizing
committee 
(LOC), and the Federal Ministry of Youths,Sports and culture , my
colleagues and I in 
sensitive  positions were able to influence the award of the contract, for
the supply and 
installation of some of the equipment that will be used for the
competition. 
The contractor who handled these projects agreed to give us 10% of the
total contract 
sum, if we were able to influence the award of the contract in their
favour. Other foreign 
firms bided for this same contract, but we were able to influence the
board to award the 
contract to the firm we had this agreement with. 
This contract has been successfully executed and they have been paid 90%
of their total 
contract sum, remaining the balance of 10% which we never wanted them to
collect on 
our behalf because of the fear that they might not fulfil their promise.
It is pertinent to note 
that, the remaining balance of seven million, united states dollars
(US$7,000,000.00) is 
lying in the suspense account of the First Chartered Bank Lagos, ready for
transfer into 
an oversea account.
I have been unanimously mandated to seek for an honest and trustworthy
foreign partner 
who will assist in ensuring the successful transfer of the above sum of
money into his 
Personal/Company account since the Nigerian Code of Conduct Bureau does
not permit 
us to operate a foreign account as public servants. On the successful
remittance of the 
fund (US$7,000,000.00) into your nominated account, for your kind
assistance you will be 
adequately compensated.
Be rest assured that, the modalities and logistics towards the successful
transfer of this 
fund have been worked out. All we require from you is your cooperation.
This transaction 
is 100% risk free. We kindly request that you accord it the highest level
of secrecy it 
deserves. Your swift response will be highly appreciated and kindly
provide your phone 
and fax number for further information. Upon your acknowledgement of this
proposal, I 
will forward to you the detailed procedure for this transaction.
Note that, this transaction is legal and free from all sorts of risk and
trouble. It does not 
contravene the laws of my country nor any International laws; hence the
whole approval 
for the transfer will be official and legally processed. This transaction
will be concluded 
within five (5) working days if we follow it up and give the serious
attention it deserves.
Awaiting your prompt response.
Best regards,
Dr. Bill Akulunon

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