Sequel to your prompt response to this clarion call to clear all the
backlog of foreign contractors/Beneficiaries fund payment allocations
via the Reserved account of the Central Bank of Nigeria with Halifax
Bank of London and element related to signed
Understanding(MOU) between the government of Nigeria, World Bank
Auditors, IMF Delegates, United Nations Representatives and Paris
Club, non-circumvention of the international banking policy and
non-disclosure of the memorandum of understanding as connected to the
transaction inview, you are compelled to contact Halifax bank of London
immediately with the below stated information for more update and
Designated Paying Bank; Halifax Bank of London.
Contact Person: Mr Alan P. Foster(Executive Director, Foreign
Bank Website: www.hlfax.com
However, you are implored to contact Central Bank of Nigeria for more
clarifications which will enhance proper guidelines.
Therefore, you are compelled to indicate your zeal and keen
interest to this options of mode of payment which is in accordance to the given
mandate to the government of Nigeria as enshrined in the signed
memorandum with World Bank Auditors hence this exercise will not
exceeds within 14days banking operations within the context and upon
the seriousness of the confirmed beneficiary in view.
This implies that you should re-confirm the following information
stated below to up date the management of Halifax bank of London via
Central Bank of Nigeria.
1. Bank account information
2. Contact mailing address
3. Phone and Fax numbers for easy communication
1st and 2nd pages of your valid international passport copies
However, you are compelled to contact Mallam Sanusi Lamido
Sanusi(Executive Governor) of the Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN) via
stated information below for more update clarifications.
Mallam Sanusi Lamido Sanusi
Executive Governor of Central Bank of Nigeria.
Note, you are warned that any wrong payment information from you will
attracts immediate financial penalty upon wrong payment to ghost
beneficiary hence the government of Nigeria will not be held liable
for your common mistake.
1. To investigate the remote cause of the delay.
2.To ascertain whether there was due adherence of Due process of
Nigerian Banking Procedures, Rules and Regulations as
enshrined in the
world bank policy.
3.To investigate the implementation of the international Banking Policy.
4. Prove of payment of Charges, fees and Bills from the Beneficiary in view.
5.To Ascertain the genuinely of the designated offshore paying bank in view .
6,To expose those imposters and local agents that constituted the
circularities during the process of the fund claim by you from the
central bank of Nigeria.
7,To ascertain the Due process of contract award to you by the
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation(NNPC) .
Note, you are compelled to furnish us with more information
immediately to enhance our statutory assignment to the logical
conclusion hence order of priority will take place as first come first
serve will be observed. Kindly fill in those forma attached hence some
of the vital documents inview will give you more
concerning the authentification of the fund approval in your favour.
Expecting your prompt response and correct information.
World Bank Auditors in Nigeria.
Central Bank of Nigeria
Federal Republic of Nigeria
Halifax bank of London
World Bank group, USA
United Nation, USA.