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メールの和訳をよろしくお願いします。 I am Mr. Daniel A. Oluwa leader of six member committee (Federal Audit Committee) drafted by the present civilian Government of Nigeria to look into contract (local and Foreign) awarded by various ministries and parastatals of the Federal Government, notable, FMA, NNPC.The presidency and Federal capital Territory, from 1999 to date. I wish to solicit your consent in transferring the sum of US$42,500,000.00(Forty Two million, Five Hundred Thousand US Dollars only) by wire transfer into your account During the course of our investigation, we discovered an accumulated sum of US$42,500,000.00 in suspense account of the Federal Ministry of Aviation (FMA) with the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN). Upon inquiry we discovered that the money came about as a result of over-invoiced contract value awarded to a foreign contractor by some FMA officials, to this effect inflated the original contract value to the above stated amount no Nigerian citizen or company can lay claim to this fund.

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翻訳はこちらで。 http://www.excite.co.jp/world/ テキスト翻訳で左にすべて選択後貼り付けで翻訳できます。 ちなみに、ただの広告(?)ですね。 そのままポイですね。

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