Greetings From, Miss Lea bahati With all due respect, I want you to read my letter with one mind and help me. I am lea bahati The only daughter of late Mr.and Mrs bahati,My Late father was a very wealthy cocoa dealer in Lome Togo before he was poisoned to death by his business associates on one of their outing to discuss on a business deal. my mother died when she was given birth to me, since then my father took me so special because I am motherless. Before the death of my father on 2nd January 2014 in a private hospital here in Lome Togo. He secretly called me on his bedside and told me that he has a sum of USD5,000,000.00 United States dollars left in a fixed deposit account in a local bank here in Lome Togo, that he used my name as his only daughter for the next of kin in deposit of the fund. He also explained to me that it was because of this wealth that he was poisoned by his business associates that I should seek for a foreign partner in a country of my choice where I will transfer this money and use it for investment purpose, such as real estate agent, I am 18 year old. Dear I am honorably seeking your assistance in the following ways. 1) To provide any bank account where this money would be transferred into. 2) To serve as the guardian of this fund. 3) To make arrangement for me to come over to your country to further my education and to secure a residential permit for me in your country. Moreover, I am willing to offer you 30 percent of the total sum as compensation for your effort input after the successful transfer of this fund to your nominated account overseas. I want you to help me not because of the 30 percent I want to offer you but to take me as your adoptive child and take good care of my life. Please save my life. Hope to hear from you. Thanks and God Bless. Best regards, lea bahati
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