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from: Hajia Mrs Mariam Abacha <hajiamrsmariamnaabacha@gmail.com>
date: Jan 4, 2022, 11:11 AM
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My Beloved.

I pray you and every member of your family will be strong/healthy and witness this coming year.

I am Dr.Mrs. Mariam Abacha , wife of Late Gen. Sanni Abacha,ex-military Head of State (Federal Republic of Nigeria) who died of heart problem while still on active service. I am contacting
you in view of the fact that we will be of great assistance to each other especially in the area of developing a cordial business relationship and also because of my need to deal with persons with
whom I have not had any dealings with before due to the privacy and highly confidentiality the business I need your assistance demands.

Since the death of my husband, I have been subjected to all sorts of harassment's, intimidation's and inhumane treatments, with negative reports emanating from the government and the press regarding my
husband's past military regime and my eldest son Mohammed who has been held by this same government and released just some months back is
being asked to refund $1.2 billion dollars. Most of our trusted Associates betrayed us because of Ministerial Jobs and Appointments.

I currently have within my reach the sum $230,000,000.00 (Two hundred and thirty million us dollars) which we intend to use for investment purposes like real estate development, bonded securities as
well as some other viable business ventures abroad that I can be introduced to if the arises. After our Government had seized virtually all our assets, this money came as my
last hope, a payback contract deal between my late husband and a Russian Firm relating to our country’s multi-billion dollar Ajaokuta Steel Plant. The Russian partners returned my husbands benevolence and
kindness to them by sending my late husbands share of this stated amount after his death, they carefully lodged into a security vault of a security firm Name withheld for security reason in accordance to my
instructions as the next of kin to my late husband.

The good thing about this arrangement is that no record ever existed concerning the money traceable by the government because there is no documentation showing that we received this money from our Russian
business partners and also it has no illegal association with nobody here in Nigeria. Even the security firm where the funds were deposited does not know the contents to be money as I carefully instructed the Director of the Russian firm to make the deposit and declare the
consignment to contain just FAMILY VALUABLES FOR THE ABACHA FAMILY MEANT FOR A FOREIGN BUSINESS ASSOCIATE.

Due to the situation in our country concerning government attitude towards my family and our assets, it has become quite impossible for me to make use of the money within and outside our country without
raising eyebrows, that is why I need your assistance as a neutral individual and a foreigner to help us arrange for the investment and handling of this said funds.

I will need you to contact me strictly by this private confidential email address so that we can talk about this and plan about the possible claim and transfer of the consignment into your name as my
family foreign business partner who will claim the consignment.

As soon a I receive a word from you, I will give you further proof of the deposit details so that we can know how to move further for the claim. You can make further confirmations to this through this
reference:(Front page BBC World news You can check it through these contact websites:

1) http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/africa/1606565.stm

2)http://www.nairaland.com/823498/sani-abacha-honest-one-nigerias/11 4)

3) http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/africa/1935646.stm

4)http://africansuntimes.com/2013/04/fresh-abacha-n3-2tr-loot-baby-thieves-looming-power-and-fuel-scarcity-reported-in-nigeria/

5)www.vanguardngr.com/.../nigeria-yet-to-get-e175m-abacha-loot-from-liechtenstein-adoke

The last transfer of Twenty one Million United States Dollars (US$21,000,000) I made into a friend's foreign account in Europe,after the successful transfer, my friend denied me because of my restricted
movement within and outside Nigeria. This is the main point why I needed your help. We have lost so much trying to make transfers through some of my husband's associates who at last failed us and
disappeared into thin air, this you can confirm further through the magazine clip I attached along with this mail. This fund is considered as the main source of my family's future hope. my financial Consultant
who is also my close Confidant would be able to establish an investment plan with your assistance on our family's behalf until I come out of my travail.

I hereby use this opportunity to implore you to exercise the utmost indulgence and keep this matter extra ordinarily confidential.
Remember to include your direct private email.
I wait patiently for your response.
Yours truly,
Hajia Mrs.Mariam Abacha.
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