Clean My Diamonds (Chapter 2)
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Following on the heels of the note we received from Major Timothy Banya, with whom we had not previously had the privilege to correspond, comes a note from his wife, Mrs. Ndaye Banya, with whom we also had not previously had the privilege to correspond. Mrs. Banya's note read as follows:
I sincerely hope that this letter will not come as a surprise to you, or cause you any embarrassment since we neither knew each other before, nor have had any previous contact or correspondence. I am Mrs. Ndaye Banya, wife of Maj. Timothy Banya, the former commander and head of the Secret Unit in charge of Diamond dealing for the Revolutionary United Front (RUF) of Sierra-Leone.
I am trapped with large quantity of diamond and about US$20,000,000.00 (Twenty Million United States Dollars) that is in cash. As the situation is I do not have the know-how to move this money without any trace to our name and how to dispose of these unpolished diamonds accordingly. My situation is very desperate, as I cannot leave Sierra Leone because of the house arrest I am under.
I am soliciting your assistance and partnership to move this money and unpolished diamonds out of Sierra Leone as both of us can make a lot of profit. I would require your assistance in terms of logistics and materials to enhance the safe movement of the items from Sierra Leone.
Therefore, contact me immediately, only, if you are able and interested in assisting me. Thanks for your anticipated understanding and assistance.
Anyone who can help Mrs. Ndaye Banya, the wife of Major Timothy Banya, is presumably welcome to attempt to do so. Please keep us advised as to your progress, and please pass our best wishes to Mrs. Banya and her husband.
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