There isn't much information about this "Kenneth Danquah," not so much as a Wikipedia article, but he does appear to be a real person who is the president or leader of something in Ghana called the CUA. About half the links about him on Google are spam and scam links, so this one's been going around for at least a little while. This is the first I've seen of it. This scammer claims to be Mr. Danquah, and he wants you to help him secure some funds abroad for safekeeping. He refers to "mouth watering deals" LOL, but to a real policitian, particularly an American one, $20 million is just spit in a bucket. Oh, and the scammer makes a pretty pathetic attempt to "comply" with the 2003 CAN-Spam Act by providing PETA's unsubscribe link. This entry is linked here, and there are four different Nigerian 419 scam videos located here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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