Also the firm issued him with a certificate of deposit of the consignments notes, which I have these information in my custody now.
Rasheidi Karesava (One of the aides to Laurent Kabila) a tribesman, and some other Military Personnel from our same tribe, by the new President of the Democratic Republic of Congo, the son of late President Laurent Kabila, Joseph Kabila.
In view of this, we need a reliable and trustworthy foreign partner who can assist us to move this money out of my country as the beneficiary.
Due to the military campaign of LAURENT KABILA to force out the rebels in my country, I and some of my colleagues were instructed by Late President Kabila to go abroad to purchase arms and ammunition worth of Twenty Million, Five Hundred Thousand United States Dollars only (US,500,000.00) to fight the rebel group.
This request may seem strange and unsolicited but I will crave your indulgence and pray that you view it seriously. DAN PATRICK of the Democratic Republic of Congo and One of the close aides to the former President of the Democratic Republic of Congo LAURENT KABILA of blessed memory, may his soul rest in peace.
But when President Kabila was killed in a bloody shoot-out by one of his aide a day before we were schedule to travel out of Congo, We immediately decided to divert the fund into a private security company here in Congo for safe keeping.
The security of the said amount is presently being threatened here following the arrest and seizure of properties of Col.
This is necessitated by my urgent need to reach a dependable and trust wordy foreign partner.
Please permit me to make your acquaintance in so informal a manner.
Though I am very rich, I was never generous, I was always hostile to people and only focus on my business as that was the only thing I cared for.
But now I regret all this as I now know that there is more to life than just wanting to have or make all the money in the world.
I have secretly deposited the sum of ,000,000.00 with a security firm abroad whose name is withheld for now until we open communications.