Block A Room 11 UN
Refugee Camp Ouagadougou
I am writing you this letter in confidence believing that if it is the wish of God for you to help us, God almighty will bless and reward you abundantly. In deed I am the wife of Late Mr. Yaya Mohamed from Sierra Leone. I am presently staying in Burkina Faso as Refugees, my husband was one of the Ministers of Johnny Paul Koromah's regime in Sierra Leone.
During the intervention of the ECOLOGY Soldiers to Restore the presidency of Alhaji Tejan KABBAH from Johnny Koroma, my husband was among the 23 executed Ministers, as our breadwinner is dead (my husband) and our staying in Sierra Leone is no more safe, I and my Two children decided to move to Burkina Faso a neighbouring African country as refugee here in Ouagadougou Burkina Faso, My late husband deposited the sum of ( $ 10.5 Million USD ) cash in a security company here in Ouagadougou Burkina Faso during is business trip to Burkina Faso, which he used me as the next of kin in case of death or incapacitation. The security company appears to believe that this fund belongs to my late husband and as his next of kin I want you to apply for the release of this fund to you as my late husband foreigner business partner.
However I advice that you let me know the percentage you will take regard to your assistances and full support towards this matter, now that I have decided to withdraw the deposit fund from the security company for investment only in abroad hence my contacting you is in safe hands. Please your quick responds will be highly appreciated, as soon as I hear from you I will send you every other required information that will enable you to have more knowledge of this exercise, I will like you to send to me your personal telephone/fax to enhance effective communication between you and me. I look forward for your immediate reply.
Mrs. Faith Yaya
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