Letter From The Widow Of A Deceased Nigerian Ruler In Re Daimler AG

Cammy Corrigan
by Cammy Corrigan
letter from the widow of a deceased nigerian ruler in re daimler ag

Salutations, my good friends of the United States of America!

I am Mrs. Cammu Cori-Ganacha, the third wife of the former Nigeria head of State who died on the 8th of June, 1998. Under the strictest of confidence, I bring sad news that Automotive World are reporting that our good friends of Stuttgart, Daimler AG, are under investigation from the oppressive regime that is Nigeria’s Economic and Financial Crimes Commission for alleged bribes of 15 million of your U.S dollars. The alleged crimes of this upstanding and fine German company go back the 1970’s when they set up a joint with a local vehicle assembler called Anammco.

As you can read at Reuters, Daimler has sold their stake in this fine, totally incorrupt venture 2007 in line with its policy not to invest in companies that are partly government-owned. A spokesperson for the oppressive regime, which overthrew my family, said that “We opened investigations into the Daimler/Anammco scam recently following a judgment in the US where some Nigerians were convicted in relation to the Daimler bribery scam,”. I personally believe that our German friends paid the U.S Government 185 million of your U.S dollars out of the goodness of their hearts. If a friend wants to give another friend some money I believe this is a good thing. Which is what I want to do for you. Through this transaction, I have come into some money to the figure of 15 million of your U.S dollars via some Germans friends. However, I cannot get it out of Nigeria without incurring a Nigerian export tax. I will agree to compensate your sincere and candid effort in this regard with 20% of the fund when finally received in your Bank account after clearing the consignment from the security firm.

Please, all contacts must be made through my Lawyer Barrister Dede Okoko of Okoko Chambers on this E-mail address: okokochambers@onebox.com. I look forward to your quick response.

Regards, Mrs. Cammu Cori-Ganacha

[ED: How did this get past my spam filters?]

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  • Niky Niky on Jun 09, 2010

    I'm ready... send me a small retainer of just $1m to help me pay for legal fees...

  • Pgcooldad Pgcooldad on Jun 09, 2010

    Sounds good. I'll get my Law Firm "Dewey, Cheatem & Howe, Sue, Grabbitt & Runne" on it. Hopefully the Barrister Okoko and Mrs Cori-Ganacha are up to the task.

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