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The Chinese Foreign Affairs would prepare a few documents and guidelines for the upcoming phonecall. He would sit in his chair, going through various papers and his cigar. When he was ready he would pull out the official phone and dial to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria.

The phone would ring, if he was picked up by a secretary of somesorts he would say.

"Good Morning , I wish to speak to your Minister of Foreign Affairs, i do believe we have some matters we can discuss,"
 
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After a brief period of time an open encrypted and secured line would be patched through to the private office of Viola Adaku Onwuliri, Nigerian Secretary of State, she would quickly answer the secured line.

"Hello, Viola Onwuliri here, How may Nigeria help China?"
 

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"Hello! Well we wish to start building relations with Nigeria, we feel that your nation and China could be very profitable and steadfast partners. For this we have noticed that currently your economy is in the red. Would you allow China to offer you enough money to cover it? Without any additional costs for Nigeria of course,meaning you would be paying a 0% interest cost on a small loan of 600'000'000 Dollars which would be enough to cover your costs and set you up for the next tax period. You could then pay us the 600 million within 4 Months (4 OOC weeks) or in instalments.

Would Nigeria agree or disagree on this?"
 
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"We are happy to open relations with China, and we believe that such a strong relationship would certainly be to the benefit of Nigeria, the world has certainly shown itself to be an unstable place. We would welcome such a strong and committed partner. Our economy continues to buckle under the weight of restablization. It is not an easy task to undergo such modernization projects. We would welcome such a loan, and indeed would be able to pay it back quickly and efficiently. It certainly would be a strong starting point for relations."
 

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"Hmm perhaps China could help you with these modernization projects? What are Nigeria currently on going projects or future projects? And we will transfer this loan once this conversation is concluded."
 
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"Our current goal is the construction of two to three nuclear power plants to completely negate our dependence on foreign power sources as well as reduce our demands on domestic oil. Further we are looking to contract several automobile companies to build automobiles locally and employ and modernize our people. These will be followed by transit investments and healthcare investments including new modern hospitals and HIV clinics. The final push will be a modernization of the education system. Including multiple new modern universities."

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"How much do you believe it will cost to construct the two Nuclear Power Plants? What is their current budget and deadline?"
 
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"Somewhat ironically, before the debacle that is the Italian-Taiwan situation, we had planned to contract the construction of two plants, both copies of the Lungman Nuclear Plant in Taiwan. These plans seem somewhat risky however, given their governments general risky behavior. The budget for each plant would be around 9 billion, each plant to be built in three 4 month stages with heavy international oversight into their construction to ensure they are safe and properly prepared for maintenance and use. These two plants and an expansion into the untouched Nigerian Uranium fields will allow for a totally energy independent Nigeria. Greatly increasing our strategic and economic strength."

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