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OPEN LETTER TO THE ACTING PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA

His Excellency, Acting President Jonathon Goodluck,

Greetings from The Agri-Culinary Department of WACPtv Community of Empowerment USA to AFRICA.
Hassan Artiste Raheem, CEO & ZaZa Artiste Ahmad, Agri-Culinary Ambassador

We are writing as results of extensive work and communications with Bishop JC. Ellerbe,
The Coordinatinig Bishop of the Continent of Africa, Brotherhood Of The Cross And Star.
It was brought to our attention that an exchange program of Agriculture, Water Treatment and
Solar Installation is needed between experts in America / American Institutions and Africa /
African Institutions. Coordinating these events is what we do and it would be our pleasure and honor.

This introductory letter is to open up the necessary dialog to push forward the proper protical
for the implimentations as we have super qualified parties on this end to facilitate the exchange.
Please study this site and particlarly the Agri-culinary Department and our Solar Energy Partner
to see our current status and working history.

We await your response and instructions as per this introductary letter.

Sincerely yours,

Hassan Artiste Raheem
ZaZa Artiste Ahmad
1-678-927-9110 or 1-678-668-6173
wacptv@yahoo.com

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Comment by WACP101 - AGRI-CULINARY on April 30, 2010 at 3:07pm
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