- Rhoda Lamptey, a worker at Laundry Chief has returned the sum of $1,400 (N506,100) she found to the company's management
- The honest Ghanaian lady found the amount in a ''customer's garment'' and returned it to management to be given to the rightful owner
- Rhoda has been commended for her show of high moral and integrity
While some people would pocket large amounts they stumble upon at their workplaces, a young lady identified as Rhoda Lamptey with laundry service company Laundry Chief, returned a whopping $1,400 (N506,100) she found in a client’s garment.
A brief statement on the company’s social media handle affirmed the account while commending Rhoda’s remarkable act of quality moral cabinet and high work ethics.
Rhoda evidently has a rare persona of individuals operating in the realms of high integrity, morality and unmatched stands for ethical dealings.
The young lady’s laudable show of integrity has been celebrated by many including management of the company and colleagues.
"We celebrate you for your awesome demonstration of integrity. You found $14,000 in a customer’s garment and reported it to management sot the cash could be returned to its owner," the company said in a statement Facebook.
While Rhoda has received a few tongue-lashing remarks from some social media users who think it was an opportunity for her to transform her life, others have commended her for enabling herself to become a shining example for many.
"Great," a former worker at Multimedia Group Limited, simply wrote on Facebook along with an artwork.
"That is great, she has a beautiful heart," Frank Mopol said in reaction to the company's post on Facebook.
Patience Ayitey wrote: "God bless you lady and greater door for you."
"She knows whom she is, integrity at it peak," Arthur K. Vanderpuye Lugudor said.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that George Condash overcame a very tempting situation when he saw a box containing $27,000 (N9,760,500) very close to an ATM at a Michigan credit union on Tuesday, January 22.
He did the unexpected, drove to the Westland Federal Credit Union and returned the money, an act not many would do.
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In an interview with CNN, George said when he placed the money on the counter, the staff members of the financial institution were dumbstruck.
The security video at the ATM showed a security guard getting boxes of cash from an armoured security vehicle. It was 20 minutes after that George was seen inspecting the box that was left behind.
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