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Sent: Thursday, November 30, 2006
Subject: REF: STOP SPENDING YOUR MONEY/LETTER OF APOLOGY FROM NEW DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA/YOUR CONTRACT PAYMENT ADVICE
FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA
SENATE COMMITTEE ON APPROPRIATION AND FINANCE
National Assembly Complex,Three Arms Zone
P.M.B 141 Abuja-Nigeria
Attention: 30TH November 2006.
REF: STOP SPENDING YOUR MONEY/LETTER OF APOLOGY FROM NEW DEMOCRATIC GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA/YOUR CONTRACT PAYMENT ADVICE
I am Senator Abubakar Maikafi, the Chairman of this Committee (Senate Committee on Appropriation and Finance).I have been directed by his Excellency, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (CHIEF OLUSEGUN OBASANJO GCFR), to bring to your immediate notice and urgent attention that this Government understands your plight, after carefully gone through your complaint presented to this Committee by the Chairman Fund Transfer/Debt Settlement Committee,Rtd General Anthony Adele for assessment.The huge amount of money you have spent and all the disappointment you have suffered in the past to get your contract fund paid to you. Due to what we described as selective payment and incessant demand of excessive fees by some unscrupulous and corrupt erstwhile officials in charge of foreign contract payment in the past.
However, upon assumption of office by this Democratic Elected Government, series of special meeting were held home and abroad with some Leaders of the World Monetary Institution such as the World Bank Group, the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Paris and London Club of Creditors, European Economic Community (E. E. C.) And envoys of our Correspondence International Bank of Settlement Worldwide affiliated with the Central Bank of Nigeria. The purpose of these special meeting is to rebuild Nigeria’s economy and to pay all foreign debts. In this regards, and due to the good and positive results we received from these special meetings, a total sum of US$1.3 Billion US Dollars have been approved from the Supplementary Budget Bill, which was approved by the Upper House of Assembly recently to pay all foreign contractors whose payment has been hanging since 1989.
Henceforth, we are obliged to inform you that your contract fund will be credited into your account submitted to Central Bank of Nigeria for approval. Note that the Federal Government, according to international law on foreign transfer has footed all upfront payment such as Transfer Charge, Tax, Insurance, Registration of your Company as compensation.Contractors are only urge to secure a Remmittance Batch Code Number for a mandatory fee of USD$3,310 only from the Swift Department of the Central Bank. Be warned that under no condition must any contractor make payment in advance to any committee or individual except the above stated fee.
Therefore, you are advised as a matter of urgency to contact the Paying Bank (Central Bank of Nigeria) Foreign Operations Unit (ALHAJI GANDI EL-BUBA) on his direct line: +234-80-322-66317 or email: email@example.com to personally receive your fund transfer slip and transfer access code number immediately. You are advised to write acceptance confirmation of your contract sum and email back to ALHAJI GANDI EL-BUBA on the above email address to confirm the receipt of the transferred fund into your account as stated above to enable me forward same to the appropriate authorities for final observation.
SENATOR ABUBAKAR MAIKAFI
Chairman, Senate Committee on Appropriation and Finance
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