Malik Bamaiyi on Fri, 1 Nov 2002 13:01:03 +0100 (CET)

[Date Prev] [Date Next] [Thread Prev] [Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]


Dr.Atinuke Bamaiyi 


Dear Sir, 

It is with heart full of hope that I write to seek
your help in the context below. 
I am Malik Bamaiyi the first son of the former Nigerian
Chief Of General Staff under the Late Head Of State
General Sani Abacha whose Sudden death occurred on 8th
of June 1998. 

Having gotten your particulars from the internet. I
have no doubt about your capacity and good will to
assist me in receiving this consignment into your
foreign Account, the sum of US$32Million willed and
deposited in my favor in a security company by my
father who is currently in prison under the charges of
embezzlement which is a lie perpetrated by the present
government of the day to frustrate all former
officials in government before them. 

This money is currently kept in a trust security
company in Europe under a fictitious name as the
present government has on assumption in office setup a
panel of inquiry to the financial activities of my
father  with a decision to freeze all his assets
respectively which they have succeeded so far except
for this sum in question . 


The Government had earlier placed Foreign Travelling
Embargo on all our family members and sized all known
local and International outfits of our business

The situation has been so terrible that we are
virtually living on the assistance of well wishers. In
view of this plight therefore, I expect you to be
Trust Worthy and Kind enough to respond to this call
soon to save family and I from a hopeless future. 
I hereby agree to compensate your sincere and candid
effort in this regard with 20% while 10% goes to
offset all expenditure including transport and all
used to ensure the proper claim of this funds when
finally received in your Local Bank Account. 

Please endeavor to keep this under strict
confidentiality so that nobody knows about this funds
as it is our only hope. 

May Allah Bless You. 

Best wishes, 

Malik Bamaiyi.

Nettime-bold mailing list