The NIgerian "Honorable Minister of Finance," under the "supervision" of the "United Nations," of course, has been "approved" to "reimburse" 5,000 Nigerian scam victims. After a "meeting of the minds" it was "resolved" that "funds" held by the Nigerian government should be "shipped" to "U.S. Customs" in Michigan, "just to make sure 'the funds' are being 'delivered' to the 'correct beneficiaries.'"
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