Hello Dear Beloved, I am Mrs. Yasmine ZONGO. Please my dear, do not feel embarrassed by my mail to you. I am the wife of late Mr. Yaogo Fabrice ZONGO a prominent business man and pro-human right activist here in Republic of Burkina Faso before his untimely death in 2011. during my late husband's lifetime, he deposited the sum of EURO 5 million euros (Five Million Euros) with the central bank here and informed me concerning it. We intended to use this fund for charity and investment purposes for the up keeping/ future of our son, Paul who is currently 15 years of age. I returned back home with my son Paul from France because of my ill health situation to secure his future before is too late. I am contacting you because I want you to help me in securing and investing this money for the future and education of Paul (my son ) since I am incapable of doing so due to my deteriorating/ bad health situation occasioned by cancer which had lead to my doctors informing me that I might not last for more months. Presently, my situation has worsened. I do not intend to leave this fund as my son is too young to handle it as desired by my late husband, also, my late husband`s relatives are not worthy to be entrusted with this fund due to their wickedness towards my son and I since my condition deepened. I have discussed this issue with my son and have resolved to make available to you 15% of the total money for your efforts and labour. I shall be expecting your reply- mail so that I will give you the contact of this bank and all the relevant documents and information to enable the concerned bank release this fund to you without difficulty. I will equally give you a power of attorney and a letter of confirmation so that you will not have any difficulty while undertaking this noble responsibility. Thank you for your time. Regards, Mrs. Yasmine ZONGO
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