Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)
(Promoting the Rule of Law)
3, Aguleri Street,off Gimbiya Street, Area 11,
The Nigerian Bar Association received your email over your funds which we believed has been delayed for so long without actualisation. It may interest you to know that the fight for the Foreign Contractors and beneficiaries by the NBA started when they found out about the missing $16 Billion dollars stolen by Prof. Charles Soludo the former Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, some Government Officials and other bank directors, then the NBA decided to nail them down .During the course of our investigations, the NBA succeeded in tracking several payments lodged at the New York Stock Exchange in the name of Prof. Soludo, other corrupt Government Officials, Zenith Bank Plc and First Bank Plc officials.
Government of Nigeria after approving payments to foreign contractors and beneficiaries will not know that Prof. Charles Soludo and co will not release the payments as directed that was why and how we entered into accord with the Presidency and introdunced the Irrevocable Presidential Permit (IPP) into the payment system. The need or importance of the IPP is that with it, no bank official(s) can be able to seat on any ones funds any longer. Also the IPP will clearly state that you will never ever be required to pay any other kind of fee(s) until you confirm the receipt of your funds in your nominated bank account.
The procurement of the IPP is neccessary and without it, NBA can not do anything as it gives us power to deal with the government and bank officials for any delay of your
funds again. I must confess
to you that people are being paid with the IPP since it was initiated into the payment system which was signed between the Government of Nigeria and the NBA.
I will be waiting for your reply, and very sorry for the delay and whatever you have gone through in pursuance of this payment, it was not the fault of the Federal Government of Nigeria but those directed to release the funds to you. Include your telephone number as well as your funds value while responding to this email.
Akinsola Moses Adebayor (esq)