Lads from Lagos pop up in Libya

GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY to trouser vast wad of wonga


They get about a bit, the Lads from Lagos, and evidently couldn't resist a quick jaunt to Libya, where they've stumbled across a vast wad of wonga.

We've said it before and we'll say it again: we do wish the lads would invest a small portion of their riches beyond the wildest dreams of avarice on a decent guide to the English language...

From: Suleiman Evaristo Mohammed <Evaristo@maybnk.com>
Date: 2011/4/12
Subject: GOLDEN OPPORTUNITIES HERE IN LIBYA
To: info@suleiman.e.moh.com

My name is Suleiman Evaristo Mohammed , I'm presently here in Libya, working as a inspection officer here by United Nations Secretary, there is Unclaimed Properties,it's maybe monies/gold .. ,it's opportunities of a loaded of huge amount of united state dollars, left behind which has been kept for 10 decades, big black luggage , it's has been so long ..no body comes for it for claimed ..I'm contacting you in respect of this luggage.. i want this luggage to move out from Libya immediately, i will make arrangement how to meet up, with you in any country of your choice, my dear , please advice me on how to send this luggage to you enable you assist me secure the luggage wisely i'm on my preparation how to completed my services here in Libya . i will be available in your country or any country of your choice. let us discussed on it with trusted worthy, kindly contact me immediately ...I'm not well comfortable with this luggage , understand me dear .......hence you prove me and going to secure this luggage out from Libya . just don't worries so much i will prepared every relevant documents we needs as a claims as well ....i will used my lawyer and secure all the documentation by your names so i can easily used my veto power and authority as inspection officer..then submitted all the documents they may needs from claims as well on behalf of you .are you understood . It is very risk to keep such huge amount of money with me since I am a foreigner.and still at duty 24 hours

I need your urgent call or reply

Suleiman Evaristo Mohammed

Next stop for Suleiman Evaristo Mohammed? The Ivory Coast, we reckon. ®

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