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Dear Sir ,
I am honorable David Edevbie, former commissioner finance Ministry Delta state and i am now of the directorate finance Niger Delta Development commission (NDDC). I choose to contact you on this auspicious time regarding the pending issue at hand that concerns the estate and funds of a deceased contractor late Mack Keaton,who executed a
contract worth Us$20million with Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) on the supply of drilling machinery and maintenance of Delta liquefied natural gas project on June
6,2001.After due confirmation and directive from the office of presidency to release all outstanding payment to foreign contractors, attempt was made tocontact the contractor who was later confirm to have died in the ill-fated plane crash On May 4, 2002 along with his wife and their two children
together with other persons who boarded the ill-fated Executive Airlines Services (EAS Airlines) which took off from Aminu Kano International Airport and crash at Gwamaja on the outskirts of Kano City killing all passengers on board.
Base on this development all effort to trace the relation to deceased to come forward and claim this funds has proved abortive. After due contact and consultation was made with the foreign attorney to the deceased , we have decided to find a trust worthy individual who is able and capable to stand as the relation to the deceased to come
forward for the sole purpose of the claim of the contract sum payable on confirmation.
All other details as relates to this transfer will be carefully work out,with the collaboration of the foreign attorney and youso that the funds can be paid to you as the beneficiary and next of kin. The procedures for the transfer will be carefully work out between us to ensure that the due process of payment is completed within 21 working days. Upon transfer the funds will be shared on
an agreed ratio of 30% for you while 50% for us while the remaining 20% will be earmark for expenses (including legal, general and logistics) that maybe incur in the process of securing this funds in your name. What i require from you to proceed is your indication of interest to proceed, by providing the following information, your full names, telephone number, fax number, to facilitate
easier communication between us. You can email me using the following my private email address firstname.lastname@example.org