Greetings, My name is Mrs. Ajima Saratu Aziz, widow to late Mr.
Hassan A. Aziz, former owner of Petroleum & Gas Company, here in Kuwait.
I am 68years old, suffering from long time Cancer of the breast. From
all indications my condition is really deteriorating and it’s quite
obvious that I won't live more than 2 months according to my doctors.
This is because the cancer stage has gotten to a very bad stage. I don’t
want your pity but I need your trust. My late husband died early
last year from Heart attack, and during the period of our marriage we
couldn't produce any child. My late husband was very wealthy and after
his death, I inherited all his business and wealth. The doctor has
advised me that I will not live for more than 2 months, so I have now
decided to spread all my wealth, to contribute mainly to the development
of charity in Africa, America, Asia and Europe.Am sorry if you are
embarrassed by my mail. I found your e-mail address in the web
directory, and I have decided to contact you, but if for any reason you
find this mail offensive, you can ignore it and please accept my
apology. Before my late husband died he was major oil tycoon, in
Kuwait and deposited the sum of 200 million dollars (Two Hundred million
dollars) in a company in Europe some years ago, hats all I have left
now, I need you To collect this funds and distribute it yourself to
charity .so that when I die my soul can rest in peace. The funds will be
entirely in hands and management. I hope God gives you the wisdom to
touch very many lives that is my main concern. 30% of this money will be
for your time and effort, while 70% goes to charity. You can get
back to me via my private e-mail: email@example.com God bless
you. MRS.AJIMA SARATU AZIZ.
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