Greetings to you and your entire family,i hope all is well.I want to apologize for writing to you in french,it was because i am a french speaking woman and am from the federal republic of Central Africa but i think i will be able to express my self in english.I am presently seeking asylum outside my country because of the political problems that has been going on over there.I need your help to invest and to install my family in your country. Before the death of my husband who was a General,he deposited some money he got from a contract awarded to him by the government and being that the project was not ready,he decided to keep the money in a safe place when the crisis started but unfortunately he died while defending our people and after his death things turned around,our houses were burnt down,my late husband's accets were seized and we were exiled from our own land. I know nothing about this issue and this is why i am pleading for you to help me get a better life for my children.I was thankful to God for the wisdom he gave to my husband to deposit the money he got from the contract that was awarded to him in a safe please and this money is what i want to use to invest over there in your country with your help and assistance.The total money that my husband deposited is 24.5 Million british pounds.I will need you to send me your contact details so i can be able to contact you for us to discuss properly on phone.Please let me know your address,age,occupation,what you would want me to invest into over there and tell me more about your self and your family.I will be waiting to hear from you before sending my united nation identity card to you or a picture of my self for proper identification.May God bless you and your entire family. Sallam, Madame Halima A.Youssouf
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