Family from Sohag province in southern Egypt says they received a letter a month after the man's death, who informed that he had deposits 22 million. Egyptian pounds (1,2 million. about euros) in a bank. After the death of a beggar in Egypt, his family was shocked to learn that he was a millionaire, while always claiming to be African and poor.
The family in southern Egypt said they received a letter from a postman, one month after the man's death. "One day after my father died, a postman knocked on the door asking about him. I told him he had died a month earlier. Then he gave me a letter from the local bank. At first we thought my father had taken out a loan. However, when we opened the letter, we could not believe our eyes. My father had 22 million. Egyptian pounds (about 1,2 million. euro) bank deposits. "I fell unconscious on the floor and they took me to the hospital," says his son millionaire beggar.
According to the information, the man got rich about a year ago 30 years. Then, the man was working in one of his countries Persian Gulf. When he once returned to his village in Egypt, he said nothing about his riches and complained about the poverty that haunted him.