From: Johnson Omohaa Good day, Please kindly accept my apology for sending unsolicited mail to you. I believe you are a highly respected personality, considering the fact that I sourced your profile from a human resource profile database on your country. Though, I do not know to what extent you are familiar with events. I want to use this opportunity to introduce myself well to you, I am Johnson Omohaa Titoe the son of late chief Namoha Titoe of Sierra Leone who was kill during the war in Sierra Leone. I am contacting you in respect of my consignment box that has been move to the United state of American which has arrived and kept under a united nations diplomatic care in new York three days ago, which I want you to assist me and my mother stand as foreign beneficiary to receive the fund over there in your country, this fund I am writing you about is $13.5million U.S.Dollars which my late father deposited under the Security and shipping company of Ghana for foreign investment before he was killed during the war. During the visit of president barrack Obama to Ghana in west Africa he saw the need for the refugee to have full access to their fund, he decided to have a private meeting with the president of Ghana John Evans Atta Mills to ship all consignment that belongs to refugees to their destination for them to have access to their fund, now the president of Ghana has issued i and my mother a two weeks notice to provide a foreign beneficiary for our consignment to be delivered or it will be declared undelivered. I and my mother are going to offer you 30% from the total fund involved for your assistance and we will need your transparency, sincerity and trust, if you are willing to help me and my mother, please kindly get back to us as soon as you receive this mail for more details. Thanks and God Bless. Yours Sincerely Johnson Omohaa
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