YOUR ATM CARD HAS BEEN APPROVED. From Oceanic Bank Of Nigeria.

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From Oceanic Bank Of Nigeria
From:  Dr. (Mrs.) Cecilia Ibru
Chief Executive of Oceanic Bank International Plc.


Dear Beneficiary,
This is to officially inform you that we have verified your contract inheritance file presently on my desk, and I found out that you have not received your payment due to your lack of co-operation and not fulfilling the obligations giving to you in respect to your inheritance payment, and more importantly, the dishonest of the officials you have dealt with, coming up with lies and cheats, we received the report of all you have gone through in the process of receiving your fund, From some of the Banks both international and local, this cases was presented in the just ended International Financial Seminar, and we have been made to release your fund through this process of ATM Card.
Secondly, you are hereby advice to stop dealing with some non-officials that claims to be in the bank as this is an illegal act and will have to stop if you so wish to receive your payment immediately. After the board meeting held at our headquarters, we have resolved in finding a solution to your problem, and as you may know, we have arranged your payment through our SWIFT CARD PAYMENT CENTRE in Europe, America and Asia Pacific, which is then instruction given by the Chairman of the world Bank.
This card centre will send you an ATM CARD which you will use to withdraw your money in an ATM MACHINE in any part of the world, but the maximum is ($5,000.00) Five thousand Us Dollars per transaction. So, if you like to receive your fund this way, $15,000 usd for you to withdraw for a day and each transaction is $ 5,000usd minimum which you have to withdraw $15,000 usd for one working day also be informed that the total amount in the SWIFT ATM CARD is $4.5Million USD.
(1) Your Full Name :
(2) Your Address where you want the payment centre to send your ATM CARD.:
(3) Phone And Fax Number :
(4) Age and Occupation :

(5) Your Nearest International Air Port in your City of residence:
We shall be expecting to receive your information, and you have to stop any further communication with anybody or office. On this regards, do not hesitate to contact us for more details and direction for the release of your card at your doorstep within the next 72hrs.
Thanks for your co-operation.
Best Regards.
Chief Executive of Oceanic Bank International Plc, Dr. (Mrs.) Cecilia Ibru
Oceanic Bank Of Nigeria

Cecilia Ibru, MD Oceanic Bank, Nigeria
FOR the second time since it made its debut, Chief Executive of Oceanic Bank International Plc, Dr. (Mrs.) Cecilia Ibru, has been named the African Business Woman of the Year for 2008 by the African Business Intelligence Magazine, African Investor. Ibru won the same award in 2006. Five other nominees as announced by the Magazine in South Africa were: Ms. Philisiwe Buthelezi of the National Empowerment Fund, Mrs. Oyinkan Adewale of Renaissance Group, Ms. Evelyn Mungai of Evelyn College of Design, Dr. Mamphela Ramphele of Circle Capital Ventures, and Mrs. Margaret Mwanakatwe of Barclays Bank Ghana. The Investment Awards, commonly referred to as Africa ’s Investment Oscars, is the longest running and most established international investment awards in the whole of African continent.
The Ai Investment Awards have gained international acclaim for their pioneering and unique pan-African investment focus, underpinned by the outstanding quality of the entries, winners and supporters. The award gives due recognition to those business leaders whose activities have not only benefited their region and industry, but have also set Africa one step closer to achieving the Millennium Development Goals. Describing the award as victory for African women, Ibru expressed delight at the honour done her and the entire womenfolk while charging African women to rise to the challenge of transforming Africa ’s economy. She said African women have displayed their might as they have excelled in all fields of endeavour. While dedicating the award to her husband, Olorogun Michael Ibru, who gave her the opportunity to put her expertise into practice.
The Oceanic Bank boss pledged to continue to work harder in her chosen field of endeavour especially in the area of human capital development. She said: “I sincerely thank and dedicate this award to my husband, Olorogun Michael Ibru for giving me the opportunity to put my expertise into practice. It is clear that for any woman to be successful as a wife and professional, she has to always honour and respect her husband. The award is a challenge to do more. It came as a result of the combination of the efforts of the Central Bank of Nigeria Governor, Charles Soludo in championing the consolidation exercise in Nigeria and my colleagues in Oceanic Bank, who are daily striving to ensure the bank, remain at the top in the country.” Born on March 22, 1946, Dr. Cecilia Ibru received excellent secondary education at Saint Margaret’s Grammar School, Ilesha from 1960 to 1965. She proceeded to University Tutorial College , London from 1967 to 1968 where she obtained a Higher School Certificate.
On the successful completion of her Secondary education Cecilia Ibru secured admission to read Sociology at the London University . She graduated in 1971 with B.Sc (Honours) degree and thereafter proceeded to the North East London University for a Masters of Philosophy from 1975 to 1977. She also obtained a Certificate of Eligibility from the Council of Legal Education, London . Since assuming office as Managing Director/ Chief Executive Officer, the bank has witnessed tremendous growth in all financial indices. Many distinguished Awards and Honours have been bestowed on Dr. Cecilia on account of her high flying performance. They include: African Banker of the Year, by IC Publications, Publishers of African Business, New Africa, Africa Banker Magazines; Award for Banking Support and Development in Nigeria , Business Africa 2005, Doctor of Management Technology 2005, Federal University of Technology, Owerri. Female Achiever of the year, 2004, City People; Best woman in Corporate Leadership Award, Great Women Empowerment in Nigeria Organization, 2005; National Honour, MFR, Federal Republic of Nigeria 2004; Inducted to the Nigerian Women Hall Fame as the 1st Female MD/CEO of a Bank, National Council for Women Development, March 2004; MD/CEO of the Best Bank for Real Sector Financing and Ethics in 2003, CBN 2003, Award of Excellence in Financial Management, Federal University of Technology, Owerri, 2004; Member, Board of Trustees of Women Economic Group (UNIFEM) United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) 2004; Honourary Ambassador, UNIFEM/Women Entrepreneurs Forum 2004; D.Sc Honoris Causa, Delta State University, Abraka, 2003; Inspirational Women of the Year Award, 2002; Paul Harris Fellowship, Rotary International, June 2002.