[Pkg-xfce-devel] I thought you would be interested in this World Vision webpage
genbongobongoa at yahoo.co.uk
Tue Apr 28 17:20:17 UTC 2009
I thought you would be interested in seeing the following page on the World
Vision website. Please click this link or copy and paste it into your
If you take this as one of the usual
internet scam, then do not contact me.
This is Barrister Bongo Bongo the
Ghanaian Attorney to the retired Nigeria
International footballer Austin J.J.
Okocha. I am based in London. I am
writing to solicite your interesting in
working as a team with my client to
accomplish a mutually beneficial goal
which will surely put money into your
My client Austin J.J. Okocha had the
sum of Two Million dollars deposited in
Savannah Bank Nigeria before the
bank's operational license was
suspended by the Government of
former President of Nigeria, Olusegun
When the bank was closed down and
Nigeria footballers did well in the
subsequent African Cup of Nations
tournament, the President unilaterally
decided that the Government should pay
Austin J.J. Okocha the Two Million
dollars he lost in the bank.
This was paid to him immediately by the
Government of Nigeria.
Now the suspension on the bank's
operational license has been lifted and
the bank is ready to operate again. Now
that the bank has commenced operation,
Austin J.J. Okocha has informed the
bank accordingly that the money in his
account does not belong to him and that
the money that belonged to him was
what the former President paid him.
The bank has accepted and therefore
wants the name of the real owner of
the money to be submitted to them.
Now I want you to come in here as the
partner to Austin J. J. Okocha so that
the Two million dollars in the account
will be changed into your name and the
money and you effortlessly claim the
money through a wire transfer or
This is risk free and the sharing formula
for this deal is 50/50.
I therefore request you to contact me
immediately if you are interested.
I look forward to hearing from you
BARRISTER BONGO BONGO
Cell: +44 7035 907126
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