Indeed, good people still exists and the likes of Yahuza Kabir have once again risen the hopes of people up about the future of the country.
According to a Twitter user identified as Bulus Atsen, the young man who washes cars for a living, returned the sum of N500 he found in his car while cleaning. What impressed Atsen was the fact that he had initially told him he didn't have enough money to pay as he usually does.
He wrote: "This is Yahuza Kabir, a guy who washes cars by the roadside at Maitama. When I asked him to wash my car today, I told him I wouldn't be able to pay him the usual N500 which he agreed. By the time I returned, he gave me N500 he found under the driver's seat.
"In addition to the amount I had to pay for washing the car, I gave him the N500 he found, which was all I had at the moment. His honesty again confirms that the future is not bleak. Little by little we can change the narrative, we can inspire hope in our little ways."
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He later revealed that this wouldn't be the first time the car wash boy is Yahuza Kabir is returning lost money. In response to a man who commented on the post, he revealed that Kabir had once returned N7,000 to its owner after he found it in the car.
In a similar news, a Nigerian woman identified as Fadekemi on Instagram, has taken to the the platform to narrate how she got her phone back after forgetting it in a taxi. According to her post, the driver brought the phone to her house, despite it being very expensive.
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