I thought I had another African nation to add to my list, but it turns out it wasn't so. This one claims to have come from a city called Minna, in "Niger State," so at first I believed they were talking about the African nation of Niger, which shares a border with Nigeria. This guy is just trying to cover up that it came from some other city in Nigeria other than Lagos, not that you ought to trust anything that comes from anywhere in Africa. Other than that, this is the usual 4-1-9 stuff. You are supposed to "reconfirm the following information" about yourself so that $25 million, which does not exist, of course, can be "approved" for release to you by the governor of Niger, rather than the president or the central bank governor, as they usually say. This entry is linked here, in the upper left hand corner, and there are some 4-1-9 scam videos located here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!
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