My surprise friends in Nigeria


One Nigerian’s lament


It’s beyond me why anybody would have negative feelings toward emails received from strangers in Nigeria.


I, personally, have had only positive experiences.


I estimate that, by this point, I’ve been given at least $200 million by grateful widows of deceased West African dictators and and thankful daughters of departed West African bank executives, as well as by dying Nigerian cancer patients who know about my Christian walk with the Lord but are unsure of my name and gender.  All that I’ve had to do is to send them some personal financial information.  It’s never taken more than a few minutes.  I mean, what’s not to like?


And, oh boy, are we ever going to live well when the money actually starts to arrive!


Posted from Miami, Florida



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