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Amina Ego Hussein Mohammed

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From:     Madam Ego Amina <Madamego54mez@gmail.com>
Subject:     Bonjour Mosuier
Date:     Fri, 04 Dec 2009 17:59:57 -0600 (18:59 EST)

Dear Mr
     I'm Mrs Amina Ego Hussein,the wife of the minister of
finance whom is late right now(Abdel-Rahim Mohamed Hussein).My husband died some time ago during a political tussle in our country ivory coast.My husband happens to be late Abdel-Rahim Mohamed Hussein that has been killed along with at least 21 other and i must say that am very sorry if this mail will sound like a disturbance to you.I will never have contacted you if everything was alright like it used to be when my husband wasalife.I'm a mother of 2 kids a boy and a girls but presently i am only left with my son because my only daughter was killed along side with his father.

  The reason why i am contacting you through this mail,is as a result of the occurance of the untimly death of my beloved husband and the situation at hand.My husband died on the 18th Jan 2009 during an attack from his political opponet.Immediatly after the death of my husband,his brothers came as a sheep in lion clothening and i been a woman that i am,i never knew that i can be easily decieved.A family meeting was made that i have to bring the will of my husband to the family and as a faithful wife that i am i did but after some few days i was told to let go of all properties that was owned by my late husband and they all drove me out to nothing with a treat of to kill me if i return back to any of the houses that he built.I thought that is the shock of the death of my husband their brother that was the cause but never knew that they had a motive of claiming all asset thet belongs to my husband and beening that they have the will of my beloved husband,they now have access to his bank as well as all his properties.On the 6th of march,my own inlaws killed my only son who is supposed to inherrite  his own fathers property.After the incident i was made to know that i am the next, of which my God will never let that happen to me.

  3 years ago my husband told me that he has a plan to deposit some money in a security company,.I supported him because it's a good decision and he personaly handed the document of ownership to me,since am the only one that is aware of the deposition of the $12.5Million.I decided to run down to morocco to seek refuge under the united nation and i was accepted here in morocco.The money was deposited in a security company for safe keeping.Right now,please i will need your help,for you to help me invest the money in your country and i would want to come down to your country after the investment for the safety of my life.I hope that i will hear from you soon so that i will know what to do because my my only surviving son also here with me,i need to give him a better life and a good future as well.i am ready to give you %10 of the total money for appreciation.I hope to hear from you.
Your's Sincerly,
Amina Ego Hussein Mohammed



Amina Ego Hussein Mohammed


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