A Twitter user recently took to the platform to share a photo of a passport which was reportedly found in some second-hand clothing, belonging to a Nigerian man who lives in Spain.
The lady whose handle is @JustSociety4all took to the platform to solicit for help in finding the man and returning the passport to the owner whose name according to the passport is Samuel Okechukwu Umebosi.
Sharing the photo of the passport, she wrote: "This passport was found inside okirika clothes in lagos Nigeria. Probably, the owner lives in Spain. Let us share for him to get his passport back."
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Nigeria Immigration commented shortly afterwards, urging her to contact their passport control office.
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However, while many Nigerians also urged her to do so, there were some who advised against it, stating that the office would only end up frustrating and exploiting the owner of the passport. They advised she continue the search on social media.
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Meanwhile, the president of the United States of America, Donald Trump, has hailed a Nigerian ballpoint artist, Docks_Arts, for painting his official portrait.
Legit.ng reports that the painter noted that he had painted Trump's portrait before the new one that went viral, adding that he wanted the US president to see it. The Nigerian great artist, who went on his Twitter handle @Doks_Arts to share the image, explained that it took him about 70 hours to work on it and achieve the final result.
He also tagged the US president and asked for followers to retweet till Trump sees it. It was gathered that Creative_Doks’ painting got the attention of Trump who retweeted the tweet containing the image and described him as a ‘wonderful artist', advising him not to give up on his dreams.