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With the computers held up at the airport, Johnny the Cobra wanting to exchange bodily fluids and the tax man at the door, the time has come to pull the plug.
Mr. John Akpeki,
Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation,
c/o Mr F. Ojomon,
17, Adebisi Omotola Street,
Isolo, LAGOS, Nigeria.
August 15th., 1997.
I am writing to you with very sad news.
It is with very deep and sincere sorrow that I must convey to you news of the death of our Treasurer and Fund Raising Manager, Miss Mavis Bramston.
Miss Bramston was hit by a car when out on a walk last Tuesday night and she died before help could be summoned. The car did not stop.
She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.
I am writing to you because, in the process of reviewing Miss Bramston's affairs, I found reference to you in her diary and address book. I can surmise that you were dealing with her in matters associated with her fund raising duties and if I can be of any help with any on-going matters in hand please to not hesitate to contact me.
You may not be aware that it is traditional to display photographs in a 'Gallery of Friends' at a memorial Service; as I am sure you will wish to participate please forward a personal photograph to the above address without delay. I will send a copy of the Service to you if you request it.
We expect to appoint a replacement for Miss Bramston in the coming few weeks.
J. Cosmo Newbery,