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441. Aloy Kodjo / 2005
Subject: Joint Venture

From: Aloy Kodjo

Dear friend,

In brief, I’m Mr Aloy Kodjo from Lome, Togo, one of the sons of late His Royal Highness Philip Kodjo “Efia”, the mayor of Lome province in Togo who died on November 10th 2002, may his gentle soul rest in peace.

My father got married to three wives with seventeen children. I am the first son of the third wife of my father. Due to the special love my father had for me and my mother, while on his sick bed before he died he gave to me in confidence the key to his underground safe in our family villa.

Upon my opening the underground safe, I was surprised to see amongst other things a sealed box which contained $11 million. I immediately contacted my private attorney who with his noble assistance lodged this box with a reliable security company here in Togo. Due to the polygamous nature of my family, I will like you to keep this point a secret for my own security and confidential reasons.

Right now, your co-operation is highly needed to assist me convey this consignment out of the security company for a better investment overseas and possibly to help my family to relocate overseas. Please if you can assist and co-operate with me, I will let you have up to 20% of the total sum since you will also help me in the investments and our possible relocation once the consignment is moved out safely.

Please, remember that you will advise me on what area of investment to go into, though I am interested in buying properties and shares in good performing foreign companies.

Please I need your prompt reply indicating your interest through my email address. As soon as you accept to assist me I will give you all the details of the deposit with the security company here in Togo for you to open up an official communication with them as my overseas investment manager.

Please treat this transaction as confidential for this is the hope of my family’s survivals.


Aloy Kodjo

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