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Subject:  I need to hear from you urgently.
From:  Amb. Dr. Harry Githonga <>
Date:  Wed, 26 Apr 2006 10:43:33 -0700
Category:  Generic

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FROM THE DESK : Amb. Dr. Harry Githonga
FAX: + 31847552241

Dear Friend/Partner,


I am Amb. Dr. Harry Githonga., a Permanent Secretary with the Office of the Vice President Kenya. 
I am currently on a trade mission to the European Union as a member of KENYAN NEPAD delegate for 
the establishment of favourable  tariffs regimes on the import of  African agricultural products to 
encourage  and boost our economy. 
It is an agreement between my partner and me to contact somebody in this very  business 
Sometime ago, contracts were awarded to foreign firms by the contract award committee of my 
department. All contracts have since been executed, and full contract values have been paid to all 
contractors concerned. 

My Partner and I have discovered an excess payable amount, which must be paid out immediately.
The said amount will be shared between us in an agreeable percentage ratio.
We intend to apply for payment of this funds using your name as a duly certified contractor yet to 
be paid. 
With our present positions and contacts on ground, we guarantee that this transaction will be 
within 7 working days. Upon receipt of your positive response to assist  us,I will disclose to you 
details involving the transaction like the amount involved and sharing ration.

It does not matter whether or not you have a company that executes contracts. We have strong and 
reliable connections and contacts, and we have no doubt that the full amount will be released if we 
the necessary foreign partner from your country to assist us.

Kindly disregard my means of contact to you, necessity and the urgency has made me do so, and i 
you receive this message yourself. I got your contact through a member of our delegation who has 
on similar trade mission to your country.

After the successful transfer, I will immediately come over to your country and have our share put 
investment as you may advise us. We shall through our same contact, withdraw and guarantee all 
involved to be free from any problem now or in the future. The security of this transaction is 

There is no risk on both sides. Please keep this transaction as strictly confidential as possible 
as it may 
jeopardize our chances. As serving officials, we cannot afford to put on the line what we have
achieved so far in life.  Contact me immediately through the above fax number or email address,
whether or not you are interested. If you are not, it will enable me seek for another promising 

Send to me your direct and confidential telephone number for us to have first hand discussion on 

I await your prompt response.

Thank you.

Amb. Dr. Harry Githonga
Permanent Secretary

Office of the Vice President

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