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Subject:  FROM THE DESK OF AMINU BABAKUSA
From:  "Aminu Babakusa"<animubabakusa@yahoo.com.ph>
Date:  Sun, 10 Jun 2012 13:48:53 -0700

A Scam Email with the Subject "FROM THE DESK OF AMINU BABAKUSA" was received in one of Scamdex's honeypot email accounts on Sun, 10 Jun 2012 13:48:53 -0700 and has been classified as a Generic Scam. The sender was "Aminu Babakusa"<animubabakusa@yahoo.com.ph>, although it may have been spoofed.

FROM THE DESK OF AMINU BABAKUSA.
NIGERIA NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION (NNPC) ZONAL OFFICE
12TH MILVERTON STREET, IKYOI,
CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT, NIGERIA,
EMAIL: aminubabakusa@rocketmail.com

Attention:Sir/ma

I am Aminu Babakusa (GED, Special Services) /. Chairman of Contract Award and Verification Panel 
setup by the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).Our mandate includes verification, 
award of contracts for projects and certification of jobs completed for payment to qualified 
contractors. During our contract verification exercise, we found out that (Contract No: 
NNPC/PED/1473/2008), a turn around maintenance in one of the petroleum refineries awarded in July, 
2008 and completed in May, 2010 was over-invoiced to the tune of One Hundred and fifty Million 
united states dollars (US$150 Million).The contractor that did this contract has been paid off in 
good faith and account closed after rendering to the federal government.

This over invoiced sum is floating on NNPC account with Zenith Bank of Nigeria Plc. I want to 
Transfer this money into your account for onward disbursement and this is exactly why I am 
contacting you. It could be personal, company or an offshore account which you have control over. 
We civil servants here are poorly paid. The politicians take every thing and we civil servants are 
not entitled to have foreign account by civil service law. To make things easy and legal, the Fund 
is reflecting in our records as payable to a foreigner who consultancy serviced job for the 
ministry during the turn around maintenance of the petroleum refinery.

All necessary and relevant documents will be procured for the release and transfer of the fund into 
your nominated account. An application for foreign exchange allocation will be made on your behalf 
from my office to the federal ministry of finance (FMF) and the Zenith Bank of Nigeria Plc for the 
subsequent release and transfer of the fund into your nominated account. As the incumbent chairman 
of this newly constituted panel, I have discussed with the Zenith Bank of Nigeria Plc officials 
involved in this transaction and we have agreed to give you 25% of this fund for your assistance 
while 5% would be used to defray any expenses incurred during the course of this transaction. The 
remaining sum would be banked for us for investment in your country.

We want to assure you that there is no risk involved in this transaction, as we are capable of 
handling any situation here in regards to this transaction. Your interest to assist in this 
transaction would be communicated to us with my email address: aminubabakusa@rocketmail.com.( +234 
8080172758 Please I need not to remind you of the urgency and confidentiality that this transaction 
demands and do not respond by post. It may get into the wrong hands.
Thanks in anticipation of your assistance, as we await your response.

Best Regards,
Aminu Babakusa.
(GED, Special Services)/Chairman, Contract Award & Verification Panel.
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC)

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