With utmost good faith and sincerity, my name isAlhaji Suleiman Barau; I am the Deputy Governor Central Bank of Nigeria but current auditor and the Head of Investigation with the Foreign Operations/ Remittance Department, Central Bank of Nigeria(CBN).
We started our third quarter payments files auditing of 2013 few weeks ago and eventually, few days ago, I was privileged to audit payment fileN0; CBN/NNPC/FGN/0346which I discovered the following discrepancies /points that made you not to receive the contract fund worthThirty Million United States Dollars (US$30,000,000,00) from the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN)
1. The original contractors name was late Mr. BERNARD WALL (Wall Engineering Company), which was clearly stated in the Contract Agreement, Contract Award Certificate and the Contract Completion Certificate and notYou.
2. The original contract number was different from the one in your payment file. The original contract number isNNPC/PED/FGN/CBN/XX036/92 not nnpc/ped/kadwr/95
The contract amount wasUS$30million United States Dollars notUS$9.5Million.
4. The contract site ID CARD was not found in your payment file.
5. The contract PIN CODE was the same NNPC/CBN/92/96.
6. Late Bernard Wall from 1992 to 1996 executed the contract.
7. The contract was the turnaround maintenance (T.A.M) of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation(NNPC) KADUNA REFINERY.
In view of the above stated analysis, the contractors name was LateMr. Bernard
Wall( Wall Engineering Company Ohio United States of America), which was clearly stated in thecontract agreement, contract award certificate and the contract completion certificate. Mr. Bernard Wall executed the contract between 1992 & 1996. The contract was the turnaround maintenance (T.A.M) ofKaduna Refineryfor the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).
In view of the above stated points, it is very clear beyond every reasonable doubt that I considered, sincerely declared and put it to you that you
did not execute such contract here inNigeriawith the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (N.N.P.C) from 1992 to 1996.
Though, you may have primary knowledge of the contract, but you approach it through a wrong direction by being miss-guided by some criminal staffs of N.N.P.C or C.B.N.
Apparently, In the process of auditing the payment file, I confirmed through our system that the contract funds have not been released to the Contractor Late Mr. Bernard Wall since the completion of the contract. I decided to confidentially investigate through our accredited AttorneyBarrister Usman Tanko Bellowho revealed to me that the contract was awarded and the contract agreement signed in 1992 between Late Mr. Bernard Wall of Wall Engineering Company Ohio United States of America and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) for the turnaround maintenance of the Kaduna refinery. After the completion of the contract in 1996, he was
immediately because of the military dictator-ship of lateGeneral Sani Abachain Nigeria from 1993 to 1998, unfortunately late Mr. Bernard Wall died with his entire family in a ghastly auto crash in 1999 before the civilians took over power as Democratic Government. The person who introduced late Bernard Wall to the N.N.P.C as a foreign contractor during the military regime was the lateChief Mooshud Abiolawho died in 1998. The said contract was completed and commissioned by the Arm Forces Ruling Counsel Contract Review Committee in 1998.
I wish to inform you that the said contract fund is still floating in the accounts of N.N.P.C / F.G.N joint account N0:00564-776-78, with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) yet unclaimed. I decided to contact you because I need a foreign partner with the consent of our accredited Attorney BarristerUsman Tanko Belloto ensure the successful completion of this deal as quickly as possible.
I considered striking this deal with you as my foreign partner . Most importantly, you are only required to stand as the authorized next of kin to Late Mr. Bernard Wall and not the original contractor.
I will release all the correct required information to you to enable you claim this fund without any problem or delay as the authorized next of kin to the original Beneficiary (Late Mr. Bernard Wall), and not you as the original contractor. I sincerely promise not to deceive nor miss-lead you in this transaction from the bottom of my heart. I
promise to use my
position and reputation as a management staff of Central Bank of Nigeria to perfect all required necessary arrangements to ensure that this fund is approved and released to you as the authorized next of kin within the shortest possible time.
Frankly speaking, this transaction is 100% legitimate and 100% risk free on your side but requires
mutual trust, confidentiality and unity of purpose because all things worketh together for good.
You should bear in mind that the agreement sharing formula should be (50%: 50%) at the successful end of this transaction is hereby considered to the best of my knowledge should stand and complimented through a written and signed agreement by both of us.
If you wish to consider the commencement of this transaction to the successful end of it, I promise to engage the legal service of aSenior Advocate of Nigeria Barrister DAVID I .IKE (SAN)who will assist you to Prepare theWILL of Late Mr. Bernard Wall, using you as the authorized next of kin and also assist us to procure all thelegal documentationsof this transaction that will qualify you as the authorized
next of kin to the original beneficiary of this fund, for this will enable you claim the contract fund officially as an inherited contract funds.
Apparently, for your clearer understanding, if you wish, I willconfidentially scanthrough email to you the following secret documents which were found in the Late Mr. Bernard Walls payment file with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for your confirmation
about the Legitimacy of this transaction.(1.) The contract agreement between Late Mr. Bernard Wall and the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) in 1992. (2)Contractor ' s Registration Certificate (3.) The contract Award Certificate issued in 1992. (3).The Contract Completion Certificate issued in 1996 and (4) The Confirmed Death Certificate of Late Mr. Bernard Wall.
The Attorney Barrister David I. Ike (SAN) will prepare the “WILL” of Late Mr. Bernard Wall, using you as the authorized next of kin, this will
be in accordance to the power of attorney that will be vested on the “WILL “ mandate. The Attorney will legitimately secure on your behalf from the appropriate authorities, the below mentioned legal documents to support the prepared WILL.
1. DEATH CERTIFICATE OF THE LATE MR.BERNARD WALL, FROM THE NATIONAL POPULATION COMMISSION. (N.P.C)
2. AFFIDAVITT OF FACTS AND CLAIM FROM THE FEDERAL HIGH COURT.
3. CERTIFICATE OF
FUND ORIGIN FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF NIGERIA .
4. INSURANCE COVERAGE BOND CERTIFICATE FROM THE NIGERIAN DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION. (N.D.I.C)
5. ANTI-TERRORIST CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE FROM THE FEDERAL MINISTRY OF DEFENCE. (F.M.D)
6. DRUG FREE /MONEY LAUNDERING CLEARANCE CERTIFICATE FROM THE NATIONAL DRUG LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY (N.D.L.E.A)
7. DOCUMENTS LEGALIZATION CERTIFICATE FROM THE ECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL CRIMES COMMISSION (E.F.C.C).
You and I will be fully responsible for the above mentioned required documents which will empower you to claim the fund,if sincerely you will promise not to cheat, short-change nor deny me when the said funds enters your local Bank account.
Finally, if you are capable and trust worthy to handle this transaction from the start to the successful end, kindly reconfirm the following required information as quickly as possible for immediate commencement of this transaction.
1. Your Full Name.
2. Your Official
3. Your Direct Telephone Numbers.
I am waiting to receive your responsive respond, if you are really interested and capable of handling this project. Please, you are required as a matter of principle to keep this Information very confidential because of my Job as a Management staff of Central Bank of Nigeria will be at stake.
Thanks & Stay Blessed.
Alhaji Suleiman Barau
Central Bank of Nigeria (C.B.N)