I am writing to let you know that there is something very much important which I will like us to discuss and it is all about my life and my situation here in Abidjan Cote d' Ivoire.In a brief i am Miss Lizzy Kala of 20 years, daughter to Late Mr and Mrs Peter Kala of Mawere,Muzarabani-Zimbabwe , who was abducted on the faithful day of 26 September 2004 and tortured to death by alleged Zanu PF militias and war veterans for supporting the (Mr Morgan Tsvangirai) Movement for Democratic Change, an opposition group to the tyranic government of President Mugabe due to the war I ran away from there which I am here in Abidjan Asylum camp due to the untimely death of my beloved parents, and ever since then I have been here with out any help or care.
Moreover, before the death of my father he made me to understand that he deposited a box containing the sum of US$ 9.500,000 Million here in a custody of a Security and Property Care company which in the document written 'family valuables' I have all the documents backing the claim so I need your urgent help to claim the box and transfer the money into your account for onward investments in your country,also make a very good transparent arrangement for me to come over to your country and contiune my education and take care of me as your own blood child.please conact me through my private mail( [removed] )
I am ready to offer you 20% out of the total fund.
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[Edit to remove email address - Dave] [ July 18, 2006: Message edited by: David O'Meara ]
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