Comes an "Engr. Iyayi Okada" with $25 million, a wife, and four lovely kids. He has lost his job in Tanzania, and yet is apparently "good buddies" with some "governor" in Pretoria or whatever. He hasn't thought to hire anyone to come to "your country" to help him set up a new business and find a home for his family. He'd want you to pay his expenses, and would promise you a share of the $25 million for helping him out, but you would never see him or "his family." He'd just keep the cash and stay right where he is. The "$25M" doesn't exist, of course. Well, at least I haven't seen this particular story before, this scammer may even have wrote it himself. There are more of these linked on this page, and there are some games to play here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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