- A Twitter user has taken to social media to celebrate a keke rider who returned a missing phone
- Identified as Adeoluwa Billions, he had forgotten his phone in the tricycle after he highlighted in a hurry
- Adeoluwa revealed that the keke rider returned the phone after which he thanked him with cash gift
Indeed, there are still honest people in Nigeria who will pick a good name over riches and this story of a honest keke rider currently trending on social media, has once again proven this to be true.
According to Twitter user, Adeoluwa Billions, he had hurriedly highlighted from a keke and in the process, forgotten his iPhone in the tricycle. However, his phone was returned to him by the keke rider the moment he called and requested for it.
He wrote: "I boarded his keke this morning in a hurry and I forgot my iPhone in his keke, I only realize 30minutes later that my phone was gone(I froze) then. I called and he picked, he found me and returned it. I first did idobale and walked away, I came back and forced a cash gift on him"
"Then after walking away the third time cus I was too dazed by his integrity and kindness I ran back to him again and took this selfie so I can show the world my hero.Thank you sir for your labor of love."
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The post which has since gone viral, had many Twitter users applauding the keke rider for his honesty as some however, shared not-so-good experiences of theirs, reminding Adeoluwa how lucky he was to have gotten his phone back.
See some reactions below:
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Meanwhile, the story of two honest students of Federal College of Education, Kotongora (an affiliate to ABU), has since gone viral on the internet.
According to reports, the 300 level Social Studies Education students identified as Ahmed Usman Busa and Ahmed Suleimain, found a misplaced sum of money amounting to N2.5m by the roadside and returned it to the owner.
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