Tejan Amodu - solicitornoah67@gmail.com

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from: Tejan Amodu <kisvcme@gmail.com>
reply-to: solicitornoah67@gmail.com
date: Nov 17, 2023, 4:59 AM
subject: confirm receipt
mailed-by: gmail.com

Hello my friend, I am Tejan Amodu, director Contract Administration, I oversee contract matters at the Nigerian Ministry of works & Housing.

I am asking for your help to claim a huge sum of money,the money is deposited in an affiliate bank in Europe as an unclaimed fund belonging to a foreign government Contractor who died with his entire family in a crisis in the south south part of my country years ago. They were among those that were Killed in the WARRI CRISIS as you can confirm through this websites:

This was before his contract funds could be processed for payment and has been designated for payment all these years by my office. Having done a methodical search these past few years and been unsuccessful in locating the relatives I now seek your consent to present you as the kin to the deceased contractor so that the proceeds of this account can be processed and paid to you and then you and I can split it between us based on an agreed ratio.

I hope that you will find this proposal worthwhile and on your confirmation and Indicating your interest, I will furnish you with more information. This is a genuine and legitimate risk free and legal business transaction.

At the conclusion of the deal I will come over to your country as soon as the transfer is concluded to receive my own share of the fund,and then decide on what investment to make which will be based on your advice. If you agree to Participate in this business deal then send a confirmation response directly to this Email: solicitornoah67@gmail.com

Yours truly,
Tejan Amodu
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