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from: Judge Joan Donoghue <firstname.lastname@example.org>
date: Nov 14, 2023, 12:17 PM
International Court of Justice
The Hague, Netherlands
Re: Secure the release of your fund now under this initiative
You are listed as one of those whose fund has been trapped in Nigeria due to bureaucratic bottleneck.
Please note that the International Court of Justice in collaboration with the United Nations Organization and the Governments of most African countries have signed an agreement under an “initiative” for us to help determine all eligible clients whose funds have been stuck due to various issues and ensure they are paid without further let or hindrance.
This program was initiated to help people like you who genuinely earn their fund to finally secure the release and payment of such fund after complying with our procedures. This initiative is covered with our “ICJ Protection Certificate” which confirms eligibility status to every eligible client and keeps the client from all forms of investigation after payment and during investment.
With your consent and declaration of intention to receive your fund, we will instruct our legal representative to process all documents of interest including the ICJ Protection Certificate. This documents will transfer the right of ownership of the fund to you and enable the Debt Management Office to issue approval under gazette for your immediate payment.
The United Nations Organization is rendering this service in the whole of Africa with the sole aim of ensuring that all foreigners whose eligibility have been ascertained are paid and on time.
Please be guided accordingly.
Judge Joan Donoghue
President of International Court of Justice
The Hague Netherlands
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