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Mon, 17 Jun 2002 07:10:58 -0400
REQUEST FOR URGENT BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP.
Firstly I must solicit your strictest confidence in this subject.
This is by virtue of its nature as being utterly confidential and
top secret. A member of the Nigeria Export Promotion Council
(N.E.P.C.) who was part of the federal government delegation to your
country during a trade exhibition gave your particulars to me. I
have decided to seek a confidential operation with you in the execution
of the deal described hereunder for the benefit of allthe parties and
hope that you keep it top secret because of the nature of the business.
Within the ministry of petroleum resources where I work as a director
of engineering and projects, and with the co-operation of four other
very top officials, we have under our control as overdue contract
payments, bills totaling Thirty One Million United States Dollars,
which we want to transfer to a foreign account, with the assistance
and co-operation of a foreign company to receive the said funds
on our behalf or a reliable foreign individual account to receive the funds.
The source of the fund is as follows: during the last military government
here in Nigeria which lasted about eleven months,government officials set up
awarded themselves various contracts which were grossly over-invoiced
in various ministries.The present civilian government is not aware
of the atrocities committed by their predecessors and as a result,
we have a lot of such over invoiced contract payments pending which we
have identified floating at the central bank of Nigeria ready for
payment.However by virtue of our position as civil servants, we
cannot acquire this money in our names.I was therefore delegated
as a matter of urgency by my colleagues to look for an over seas
partner into whose account we would transfer the sum ofUS$31,000,000.00
(THIRTY ONE MILLION UNITED STATES DOLLARS) hence we are writing you this letter.
The present civilian government is determined to pay foreign contractors
all debts owed so as to maintain an amiable relationship with foreign
governments and non-government financial agencies. We have decided
to include our bills for approval with the co-operation
of some officials of the federal ministry of finance (F.M.F) and the
Central Bank of Nigeria (C.B.N). We are seeking your assistance
in providing us with a good company account or any other offshore
account and by acting as our main partner and trustee or acting
as the original contractor. This we can do by swapping of account
information and changing of beneficiary and other pertinent
information to apply for payment.By this act, we would be using
your company information to apply for payment,and prepare letters
of claim and job description on behalf of your company.
This process would be an internal arrangement with the departments concerned.
I have the authority of my partners involved to propose that should
you be willing to assist us in this transaction, your share as compensation
will be us$6.2 million (20%),us$21.7 million (70%) for us and us$3.1
(10%) for taxation and miscellaneous expenses.
The business itself is 100% safe, provided you treat it with utmost
secrecy and confidentiality. Also your area of specialization is
not any hindrance to the successful execution of this transaction.
I have reposed my confidence in you and hope that you will not disappoint me.
I will bring the complete picture of the transaction to your
knowledge when I have heard from you.
Thank you for your co-operation,
Dr Moses Mabuza
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Subject: MacOS X
From: richmit <address@hidden>
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GNU's Ubiquitous Extension Language <bug-guile.gnu.org>
After struggling for a few hours I have finally managed to get guile to
build on MacOS X. In order
to do this, I had to remove readline from my development system -- I
don't know how to get guile to build
without readline support. We are using readline 4.2. I also had to use
the following command line for
configure to get a valid build environment:
CPPFLAGS=-traditional-cpp CC=/usr/bin/gcc3 ./configure
During the compile, a few warnings came out:
stime.c:365: warning: implicit declaration of function `strcpy'
ramap.c:2012: warning: implicit declaration of function `strlen'
unif.c:1563: warning: implicit declaration of function `memcpy'
socket.c: In function `scm_getsockopt':
socket.c:240: warning: passing arg 5 of `getsockopt' from incompatible
socket.c: In function `scm_accept':
socket.c:625: warning: passing arg 3 of `accept' from incompatible
socket.c: In function `scm_getsockname':
socket.c:650: warning: passing arg 3 of `getsockname' from incompatible
socket.c: In function `scm_getpeername':
socket.c:675: warning: passing arg 3 of `getpeername' from incompatible
socket.c: In function `scm_recvfrom':
socket.c:810: warning: passing arg 6 of `recvfrom' from incompatible
Will MacOS X be officially supported in the future? We are using guile
internal development projects, and the PowerPC platform with MacOS X has
itself to be a valuable platform for us.
Thanx in advance for your time.
PS: Guile is a great tool. You have something to be proud of.
- BUSINESS INTRODUCTIO,
moses mabuza <=