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[Classpathx-xml] From: Mrs. Comfort Usman Wase

From: Mr . Christian Ubanah
Subject: [Classpathx-xml] From: Mrs. Comfort Usman Wase
Date: Mon, 12 Dec 2005 10:57:23 -0800

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Hello Sir,

I am Mrs. Comfort Usman Wase, widow of the late Col. Usman Wase, son of the 
Emir of Wase, Plateau State, Nigeria. My late husband was the Military 
Administractor of Kano State during the reign of the late General Sani Abacha. 
He died in the ill-fated Executive Air Services EAS aircraft that crashed at 
the Heipan airport near Jos, the Plateau state capital. My late husband was 
close to the then Head of State and Commander-in-Chief of the Federal Republic 
of Nigeria and he enjoys regular largesse from the Head of State as the 
Military Administrator of Kano State where the president came from.

Regularly, my late husband bags these largesse in local and foreign currencies 
to his village (Wase) where they are stored in big trunk boxes in his father 
Emir's palace.  These funds were so staggering that the Emir, my late husband's 
father advised him to make silos for the funds. 12 large overhead water tanks 
were made in the premises of the Emir's Palace and all the funds were 
transferred and stored there. The funds in the silos were top secret between my 
late husband and his father whom he deceived into believing that the money 
belong to General Sani Abacha, the then Head of State.

After my late husband's death in the ill-fated air craft on 7th January, 1997 
leaving his large fortune unprotected. The head of State General Sani Abacha 
paid a condolence visit to the Emir, my late husband's father, the old man 
believing that the fund in the silos belongs to the head of state and knowing 
how brutal he was at that time informed the head of state of the money his son 
has been keeping for him. He thanked the old man and ordered the money to be 
moved to Aso Rock - Abuja (Government House at the Federal Capital Territory). 
The money was removed with special army bullion vans in the most bizarre manner 
that nothing was left for us (the family) to inherit. To us on that day, it was 
like another river has emptied its water into the ocean.  Our problems (me and 
my children) started from that day.

I have just been informed by my late husband's attorney, our family attorney 
Barrister I.K. Saggay, Principal Partner - Casefile & Co. that my late husband 
operated secret domiciliary account with fictitious name in one of the 
commercial banks and all the funds amounting to has been credited in his favour 
and I the widow was nominated as the next of kin as stated in his WILL and last 
testament. He has now instructed me to seek in confidence a foreign partner who 
will assist me in transferring the funds abroad to secure the future and 
education of my children. The attorney has said that the conditional is very 
favourable for the fund to be transferred.

In the light of the above, I would like you to contact me if you are interested 
in this project so that I can direct you to our family attorney who will 
furnish you with further details and the modalities on how the fund can be 
wired to your bank account. You will be at liberty to negotiate a commission 
for your assistance with our family attorney. On the contrary, if this proposal 
does not meet your requirement or you are not interested, please do not 
hesitate to inform us so that we can make an alternative arrangement.

Kind regards,
Mrs. Comfort Usman Wase

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