Monday, May 23, 2011

Your assistance required

Dear Sir/Madam,

My name is Mr Moses Odiaka. I work in at Union Pension Fund of Nigeria, in Abuja Nigeria. I write to you in respect of a foreign customer with a private pension account. His name is Engineer Manfred Becker. He was among those who died in the recent demonstrations following the election win of President Goodluck Jonathon.

Since the demise of this our customer/member, Engineer Manfred Becker, who was an oil merchant/contractor, I have kept a close watch on the deposit records of his pension account and nobody has come to claim the money in this account as next of kin for the late Engineer. As such, I beg your indulgence and request your assistance to come forward as next of kin. This is a time critical situation. It is believed that a delegation from the OECD in Paris has recently arrived in Abuja to hold talks with the Nigerian Pensions Regulator and in that delegation is a covert Secret Agent.

The late Engineer only has $18.5 million in his pension account. His account is coded and only an insider at Union Pension Fund of Nigeria is able to produce the code or the password of the beneficiary’s particulars. As it stands now, there is nobody in that position to produce the needed information other than my very self, considering my esteemed position held at the Pension Fund.

As a precaution, I have been monitoring the OECD delegation closely at the Hilton Hotel in Abuja to determine who might be the Secret Agent.  It is believed that the Secret Agent has been participating in a workshop there and has given a number of presentations on Risk Management, and how to identify risks. Therefore, before the organisation launches an investigation I ask for your co-operation in using your name as the next of kin to the deceased to send these funds out to a foreign offshore bank account for mutual sharing between myself and you.

I have followed a number of people from the OECD delegation, which included an Australian female, who may be a Secret Agent. It was difficult to determine their objectives as they attempted to conduct recognisance of the city of Abuja during 38 degrees. However, my surveillance tells me that they quickly learnt that Abuja, being a government city, is without exaggeration full of ministerial buildings, with nothing else to observe, not even a single shop to visit. Although it seemed that the kilometre long queue for the petrol station and the various signs provided them for some amusement.
In line for the local BP petrol station

Clearly you might be waiting a while

The hotel where the OECD delegation is staying is considered the pre-eminent business centre of Abuja. Should you wish to meet to discuss this transaction, I would be more than obliging to convene with you. There we may enjoy the extravagant delicacy of Nigerian pepper soup, goat’s head stir-fry and bush meat including possibly antelope, as did the OECD delegation. There is also Nigerian tribal dancing, should you wish to partake.

Whilst pool side at the hotel, I overheard the Australian female mention that she was whisked off her plane from Paris when she landed in Frankfurt, to a waiting Porsche Cayenne S to be transferred via the tarmac to her connecting plane to Abuja. I think she may be the covert Secret Agent.

I am the only one with the information of the deceased Engineer Becker’s account because I have removed the beneficiary’s file from the safe. Based on the reasons I have aforementioned, and the visiting OECD delegation, all which is required, is for you to send an application laying claims to the deposits as the next of kin to the late Engineer. I will need your full name and address, telephone / fax number, company or residential, also your bank name and account, where the money will be transferred into.

Finally, I want you to understand that the request for a foreigner as the next of kin is occasioned by the fact that the pension customer was a foreigner and for that reason alone a local cannot represent as next of kin.  When you contact me, then we shall discuss how the money will be split between us. 

Kindly send your reply to my private email address: or

Trusting to hear from you,

I remain respectfully yours,

Mr Moses Odiaka
Union Pension Fund of Nigeria

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