please respond

Sat, 3 Aug 2002 20:59:59 +0800

Dear Sir,

I am Stanley Woodwork, the secetary of Africa White farmers
co-operation (AWFC) OF Zimbabwe. After the last general elections in my 
country where the incumbent president Mr. Robert Mugabe won the 
presidential election, the
government has adopted a very aggressive land reforms programme. This 
programme is solely aimed at taking the land owned by white African 
farmers for redistribution to black africans. This programme has attracted 
condemnation from world leaders including British prime minister,mr 
Tony Blair and also forced several white farmers to flee the country for 
fear of
victimization and physical abuse.
   Two weeks ago, our headquartes in Harare was attacked and
looted by black protesters and in the process burnt down the whole 
building. Fortunately,they did not get access to the huge funds kept in the 
strong room which
belong to the co-operation. This cash was kept at the secretariat 
rather than in the bank for fear of seizure by the government.
   Now I have the funds in my possession and would need to get it 
invested in a viable business venture in europe. T
   Once I can get your commitment and sincerity of investing
this funds on our behalf then I would proceed to get the funds 
freighted to Europe, where you would be required to pick it up for investment 
for us.
   You do not have anything to worry about as I would undertake all 
charges involved in freighting the funds to europe, and the business 
proposal is 100% legal and risk free.
   You would be adequately compensated for all your effort once we have 
gotten the funds to europe.
Please get back to me if you can be of assistance and I would want our 
correspondence to be via email as most phone lines of white farmers are 
bugged by the government.
   I expect 100% confidentiality and your prompt response to
this mail so as to may also reach me on

Kind regards,

Stanley Woodwork.

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