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From: "Dr Kelvin Ayinm" 
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Date: Mon, 19 May 2003 17:22:41 +0100
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DR. Kelvin Ayinm(MON)
DIRECT FAX: 234 1 7594097. TEL; 234 -80-33510758. 234-1-7747883.


Dear Sir,

First, I must solicit your strictest confidence in this transaction; this is by virtue of its nature as being utterly confidential and top secret. You have been recommended by an associate who assured me in
confidence of your ability and reliability in prosecuting a business transaction of high net value requiring maximum confidentiality

I am DR.Kelvin Ayinm (MON) Member Contract Award and Verification Committee.

Terms of Reference

My term of reference involves the award of contracts to Foreign Multinational Companies and Corporations. My office is saddled with the responsibility of contract award,screening, categorization and prioritization of projects embarked upon by the Nigeria

n National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) as well as feasibility studies for selected projects and supervising the project consultants involved. A breakdown of the fiscal expenditure by this office as at the end of last fiscal quarter of 2002 indicates that NNPC paid out a whooping sum of US$736M(Seven Hundred And Thirty Six Million, United States Dollars) to

successful Foreign contract beneficiaries. The NNPC is now compiling beneficiaries to be paid for the first Quarter of the 2003 fiscal year.

Sir, my message to you is based on some money that floated into the Government treasury due to the recent boom in the International Oil Market.

The Federal Government of Nigeria budgeted US$18.00 per barrel in last year budget, but the price was changed in the international oil market where by a barrel was sold between US$28-US$35.00. We
recorded excess gain, and all these could not be accounted for, hence some executive members in the petroleum ministry decided to stash away the sum of US$14,300,000.00,(Fourteen Million, three hundred
thousand United States Dollars) to an off shore account of a foreign national or company.

Please we are not contacting you because we do not have or know any person with whom we can do the deal with successfully, rather we are trying to avoid situation where by, after our tenure in office, a panel of inquiry may be setup to check our activities

while in office or our investments through friends and relations, that is what we are

If you are interested to assist us, please let me have your personal telephone, fax and email address, so that I can furnish you with further details on the modalities of the transfer of the fund
into your bank account.

Please keep this matter to your self, as we do not want it to back fire. If you are not interested, delete this mail and take it as if you have heard nothing from me.

Trusting in a good and long lasting business relationship with you.

Best regards.

Dr. Kelvin Ayinm (MON).