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From: "Mal Pace" <>
Subject: Re: attn:Mrs Janet (LIST, PLEASE READ)
Date: Fri, 19 Apr 2002 16:32:40 +1200
Hi Janet, yes - every couple of days, and another asking me to invest in the
Nigerian Bank. What with? I ask myself!!!!! I just delete. Regards, Mal
----- Original Message -----
From: "janet buck" <>
Sent: Friday, April 19, 2002 6:02 AM
Subject: Fw: attn:Mrs Janet (LIST, PLEASE READ)
> Anyone else received this email? (I hate football anyway). Any thoughts?
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: john charles
> Sent: Thursday, April 18, 2002 12:40 PM
> Subject: attn:Mrs Janet
> Dear ,
> I am dr charles orje, Deputy secretary to the
> Nigerian Football
> Association, parent body of the World Youths
> Championship, Nigeria 99'Local Organizing Committee,
> an affiliate of Federation of International Football
> Association (FIFA).
> In the course of our preparation to host the World
> Youth Soccer Championship Tagged (Nig'99) early last
> two years, huge sum of money running into millions of
> United States Dollars was budgeted by the then
> Military Government for the successful organization of
> this competition. In the same vein, FIFA via its
> President, Mr. Joseph (SEPP) Blatter, made millions of
> dollars available for the same project, not to talk of
> Corporate Organizations and Football loving
> individuals who made huge donations.
> However, in my capacity as the deputy secretary, to
> both the Local Organizing Committee (LOC), and the
> Nigerian Football Association(NFA), I,along with two
> of my colleagues in sensitive positions were able to
> over-invoice most contracts, which were awarded for
> the construction and the refurbishing of the 8 stadia
> used for the competition. The contractors who handled
> these projects have been paid-off.
> It is pertinent to note that a total sum of thirty-two
> million United States Dollars(US$32,000,000.00) was
> realized as over-invoice after the successful
> completion of the project.
> This over-invoiced sum is lying in my organization's
> (NFA) suspense account with the Central Bank of
> Nigeria (CBN), ready for transfer into the
> beneficiary's account oversea, waiting for the
> appropriate opportunity to do so.
> In this year's (2002) budget speech, the new Civilian
> President has ordered that all foreign
> contractors'debts should be paid in order to
> boost more Foreign investors into Nigeria.
> On this note, I have been unanimously mandated by my
> two colleagues to seek an honest and trustworthy
> Foreigner who will assist in ensuring the successful
> transfer of the above sum into a personal/company
> account since the Nigerian code of conduct does not
> allow us (Civil servants) to operate foreign accounts.
> It is pertinent also to let you know that 30% of the
> total fund will be for you, while 10% will be used to
> settle any expenses that might be incurred by both
> parties and the remaining 60% will be for us (my
> colleagues and I) to be invested in your country.
> We have chosen you /your company to benefit with us in
> this transaction due to the respect your country
> commands here.
> You might be surprised and curious of an offer like
> this, be rest assured that the modalities andlogistics
> towards the successful transfer of this fund has been
> worked out. All we require from you is your
> co-operation. This transaction is risk free.
> We kindly request that you accord it the highest level
> of secrecy it deserves.
> Your swift response will be highly appreciated.
> Best regards,
> dr charles orje
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