Doesn't it kinda mystify you that such an organization can't do its own banking? Isn't it interesting that a Nigerian company is usingPolish email?
Subject: REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE
From: ENGR V MUKORO firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Thu, 08 Jul
NIGERIA LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS (NLNG).
NNPC TOWERS,CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT,
HERBERT MACAULAY WAY,
P.M.B 190, GARKI-ABUJA
RE: REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE.
I am extending this proposal to you in my capacity as Chief Acting GGM, Audit and in full agreement with the Auditor- General of this company (Nigerian Liquified Natural Gas). After the third quarter internal audit carried on all records and accounts of awarded and executed contracts of this company (NLNG) since inception of democracy in Nigeria , a whopping sum of US$52.3M was uncovered to be floating.
It might interest you to know that the Nigerian Liquified Natural Gas company came into full working capacity during the current Civilian dispensation at a working/asset capacity of US$3Billion and will definitely gulp more US$2Billion on the completion of the fifth part. The money US$52.3M has been approved for payment by this company NLNG, The Federal Ministry of Finance (Endorsed by the Accountant General of the Federation) and to be paid by the Apex Bank of Nigeria under contract Number NLNG/FGN/FMF/CBN/C987/04.
As Top Civil Servants, we are not authorized to operate Foreign Bank account hence our decision to use your account on full trust and confidence to transfer this money outside Nigeria .
We have jointly agreed to transfer the fund into your account provided you will consent and prove that you can be trusted. I will regularize the approvals to reflect you as the beneficiary of the fund. We have resolved to give you 25% of the total sum for your assistance if you are capable of assisting with the transfer.
I will be expecting your quick reply to this Email (email@example.com)
ENGR V MUKORO
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