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from: Lisa Aluta <>
date: Feb 23, 2021, 5:16 AM
subject: Good day Dear Beloved

Good day Dear Beloved,

My name is Mrs. Lisa Aluta, I am a dying woman who had decided to
donate what I have to the Charities. I am 65 years old and was
diagnosed of cancer about four years ago, immediately after the death
of my husband; I have been touched to donate from what I have
inherited from my late husband for the good work of charity rather
than allow the fund to be claimed by government after my death. I will
give you details once i hear back from you. continuous care of the
less privileged.

Mrs. Lisa Aluta
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