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Thursday, September 06, 2007


From: Emmanuel Abavana -

September 5, 2007
My dear friend,

It impresses me to write you this letter which I hope will meet you in a good condition of health with your family, however; I got your contact through a generial search via internet as a result of looking for a reliable source that will assist me to invest my inheritance.

My name is Emmanuel Abavana and ever since my late father Hon. Lawrence R. Abavana, former Ghanaian Agriculture minister died the mass media wouldn't just let me be due to his involvement in financial malpractices when he was in office.
The embarrassments is getting on my nerves, I would have loved to travel out of the country to a place where I will have peace and spend the rest of my life with my sister.
I will like you to keep this top secret and confidential as you review my family on the website:

In the light of the above, I am contacting you to assist me in transferring out of Ghana the sum of US$40 Million and the 200kg of AU Gold which my father also deposited as family treasures with a security company for safe-keeping for the sake of me and my sister.

For your effort, I am prepared to reward you handsomely if only my situation interest you meanwhile I am thanking you in advance for your anticipated cooperation.

Kind Regards,
Emmanuel Abavana

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