Oxfam has publicly given thanks to generous Nigerian princes insistent on sharing vast sums of wealth via online transactions with European professionals.
"It's nice to see Africa giving a bit back after all the aid work we've given them over the years." Said a spokesperson for Oxfam. "I was always sure there were vast sums of money tucked away in that continent, and it makes sense that members of the African dignitary would want to split disproportionately large sums of it with people in the UK with whom they've never met. It's so obvious when you actually think about it."
Experts have hailed this phenomenon 'the 21st century gold rush', as scores of lucky office workers are jumping at the chance to make some easy money. Money which is so easy to make, it seems unbelievable at first.
"I was clock watching in my soul destroying job working for a giant faceless banking corporation, when bingo! Into my inbox popped an email from the desk of an African prince who's father had recently passed away, bless." Said Nigel, a Canary Wharf drone who detests his life. "Anyway, to cut a long story short, he'd inherited a large sum of money, which due to administrative problems, he couldn't access. For some inexplicable reason he emailed me to help him with the transfer, in return for a small administration fee of £10,000 on my part to get the ball rolling. Whilst that sounds like a lot initially, it'll be dwarfed by the payouts that will be coming my way soon. I'm just lucky I guess. So long suckers!"