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Nigerian flag Embassy of Nigeria in Dakar

AddressAv. Cheikh Anta DIOP
PostalPO Box 3129 ^ - Fann
Phonelocal: 338.246.922
international: +221.338.246.922
Faxlocal: 338.258.136
international: +221.338.258.136
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Wed, 4 Mar 2015 06:21 EST
fack mails
Hello everyone also i got the same mail here. i don't know why they are doing this things be aware of that type of mails
Tue, 3 Mar 2015 16:38 EST
samiyah audi
i received exact same letter as unique Q
Mon, 2 Mar 2015 13:03 EST
I got the message too
How was your night over there in your country and the day,i believe you had a blissful night and that the atmosphere over there in your country is very nice today? Mine was a little bit warm over here in Dakar Senegal.

My name is Miss Lina Ehaj i am (23yrs), and I am from Sudan in Africa,5.4ft tall, fair in complexion, single,(never married ).
Presently i am residing here in Dakar as a result of the war in my country and i am writing this mail with eye full of tear, as i just lost my parents in the hands of Sudanese crisis that attacked our house one early morning and killed my father and my mother in cold blood And as the only surviving soul,my uncle is after my life because of my father's properties and for some document which is my possession, that is one of the reason why i ran and i am afraid of going back.

You can view the incident on websites below, even the one on

My late father HON. MR ABDALLA EHAJ SULEIMAN was the Vice president of Greater Nile Petroleum Operating Company Sudan (GNPOC) in Khartoum, the economic capital of my Country, and he was also the Minister of state for industry before the crisis of Sudan Government against rebels that led to the death of my father and my mother. My late father was a Sudanese.It was only me that is alive now, because i am the only child of my parents.
I managed to make my way with the help of the United Nation (UN) to a near by country SENEGAL
where i am leaving now as a refugee under the care of a reverend and i am using the computer in the reverend office to write to you now.

I like faithful, caring, kind etc and dislike unfaithfulness, dishonest etc my
hobbies are cooking, reading, music, gardening, sports etc and i would like to know more
about you. Your likes and dislikes, your hobbies and what you are doing
presently. I will tell you more about myself in my next mail. Attached here is
my picture and i will like to see one of your current picture also. The pictures are the pictures i took when i was with my parents.
Hoping to hear from you soonest

Yours sincerely,
Sun, 1 Mar 2015 07:52 EST
I received the same email but latter discover it is a scam
Wed, 25 Feb 2015 16:00 EST
I also receive the same email
Her name is miss Grace dion and ask me to help her
Tue, 24 Feb 2015 14:19 EST
I received the same imail all lies and more lies
Sierra Pickering
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 11:20 EST
I have received emails from "Lina Ehaj" claiming there are 5.9 million dollars in an account that needs to be transferred to my account. these people need to stop.
Md Abul Basar
Thu, 19 Feb 2015 09:23 EST
confusing things
My dear friend, It is me (My name is Miss Zina Tareq Khaled) hope you don't forget me? Longest time and how are you doing?

I am happy to inform you about my success in getting the fund transferred under the cooperation of a new partner from South Africa but he live in London. Presently I am in London for investment projects with my new partner with the total money. Meanwhile, I didn't forget all your past efforts and attempts to assist me in transferring those funds despite that it failed us some how.

Now you will need to contact the Reverend Father Wilfred Lance who is the caretaker of the camp in Dakar Senegal, and his direct
Ask him to kindly send you a certified bank draft of $250,000 USD which I prepared and kept for your compensation for all the past efforts and attempts to assist me in this matter which later failed. I appreciated all your efforts at that time very much. So feel free and get in touched with Rev Father WILFRED and direct him where to send or post you the bank draft

Please do let me know immediately you receive it so that we can share our joy after all the sufferings at that time. In the moment, I am very busy here because of the investment projects which I and my new partner are having at hand. Remember that I had forwarded this instruction to him on your behalf; therefore establish contacts with him for the delivery of the bank draft to you without delay. Take care and remain Blessed.
Yours Sincerely,Miss Zina Tareq Khaled
Mon, 16 Feb 2015 08:42 EST
I caught her
I also received similar message by a lady who claim to be the daughter of a late doctor who was killed in the civil war in Ivory Coast with her name to be Victoria Osah with her late father's name being Dr. Donald Osah being the former adviser to the former head of state and owner of Osah group of companies. but with the petty mistakes in the message the acclaimed bank sent me, i realized she wanted to scam me because she wanted me to fill the forms for the lawyer and to reply her messages with immediate effect.
I then told her I have a friend in Senegal whose father is a lawyer and that I would like to inform my friend about it. Since that time, I've never heard from her and I realized it was a scam
Thu, 12 Feb 2015 15:01 EST
Why does these mail so common ?Answer me to this email
I really want to know cause they are confusing our brain. These refugees I don't trust. They are robbers.

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