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Pan-African granitoids mark the last major event and they have intrusive and/or tectonic relationships with the earlier units. The Basement can be divided into the Eastern and Western Provinces, where the latter is marked by the occurrence of a variety of metallogenetic types and greater development of the supracrustal N-S belts, while the Eastern province is dominated by Pan-African granitoid rocks and a paucity of metallic mineral occurrences.
The principle metallogenetic types that are (or have been) exploited are iron deposits, gold vein mineralization and SnTaNb-bearing pegmatites.
Small occurrences are known of chromite, asbestos, CuNi sulphides, manganese and a variety of industrial minerals including talc, kyanite and magnesite. It is suggested that Nigeria's relatively low metal production from basement deposits is attributable to a regional low metallogenetic inheritance which in turn has discouraged intensive prospecting but there is good potential especially for industrial mineral deposits.
The scammer will usually say it’s a long-lost relative or the victim, or the deceased millionaire had no relatives so they sought for someone who shared the same last name. “He sounded very happy and said God bless you.”The man told him he had to pay ,500 to transfer the money into his name.
The unidentified lawyer said his client had no family but wanted to leave the money to a Rempel. He then had to stump for several more documents, some of which cost ,000.