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Subject:  very urgent business proposal
From:  "Mr. Akinwumi Godson Fanimokun"<>
Date:  Tue, 18 Aug 2015 15:46:03 -0700

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Mr. Akinwumi Godson Fanimokun
Group Executive, Technology & Services
First Bank of Nigerian Plc


My name is Mr. Akinwumi Godson Fanimokun,Group Executive, Technology & Services  First Bank of 
Nigerian Plc. based in Nigeria.  I am  writing in respect of a foreign customer of our Financial 
Firm with Deposit Code: XXMD-908-14-255-114 whose name is  Eng. Ahmed Mohd Elshami, an Egyptian 
citizen and a Federal Contractor with the Federal Governments of Nigeria and  Egypt.

My client lost his life along with his wife, daughter and several others in a tragic air accident 
in Abuja - Nigeria.  Since the death of this customer, I personally have watched with keen interest 
to see the next of kin but all has proved abortive as no one has come to claim his funds of 
US$25,500,000.00 (Twenty Five Million, Five Hundred Thousand US Dollars) which  has been with our 
branch for a very long time.

On this note, I decided to seek for whom his name shall be used as the Next of Kin as no one has 
come up as his next of kin.  In view of this I got your contact through a trade journal on my quest 
for a foreign business partner, who will be presented to the financial firm as the next of kin to 
the deceased client to enable them release the fund in your favour.

For your assistant I am willing to give you 40% of the total amount, 10% to cover all expenses and 
50% for me and my family.  Upon the receipt of your response, I will send you by fax the letter of 
application which you will type sign and send to the First Bank of Nigerian Plc to enable us start 
the processing of this claim.  I will not fail to bring to your notice that this business is 
problem free process and shall be carried out under legitimate procedure without breaching any of 
the International Law, in other words, you should not entertain any fear as all modality for the 
smooth and easy transfer of this fund has been finalized.

Please take note my wife is the only one that I have discussed this business with and we both 
agreed to do it with you, I will give you more explanation on this transaction, feel free to send 
email to me.

When you receive this letter, kindly send me an email for more explanation, please include your 
private Tel/Fax numbers in your correspondence to facilitate communication.

Yours Sincerely,

Mr. Akinwumi Godson Fanimokun
Group Executive, Technology & Services
First Bank of Nigerian Plc.

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