- A young lady recently headed online to share how a kind petrol attendant made her day extra special
- According to the post, the young attendant added an extra R10 (N259.33) worth of petrol to her car after she purchased R140 (N3,630.57)
- Many locals loved the heartwarming post and also thanked the kind man for his small but super generous gesture
Petrol attendants always seem to be able to put smiles on their customers' faces. They achieve this by doing something kind or simply rendering amazing service. Another young petrol attendant proved this after he showed a young lady some kindness.
Taking to Twitter, a young South African woman with the Twitter handle, @suhnnah, shared how an attendant had decided to pour an extra R10 (N259.33) worth of petrol in her car after she had requested petrol worth R140 (N3,630.57).
"I got to @SasolSA Penina Park on my way home. I only had R140.00 and I was assisted by @ChueneDaniel. He poured R150.00 and said “Ke a go tlatsa”. Ke a leboga. God bless you brother, #Ubuntu lives here."
Locals had one or two things to say:
"Let me try to simplify it for you....It's called pay it forward."
"Do the right thing guys. Match made in heaven. I can see you love each each other. Hona motho wa motho mo. Motho ke wa Modimo. Dankie"
"Petrol attendants are the best customer care representatives ever."
"You want him he wants you, do the honorable thing, la batlana, plus you're SINGLE."
In other news, a lady identified as Tori Umoh has expressed gratitude to Nigerians who helped pay her school fees of N146,000.
Photos of Woman Mixing Cement and Climbing Ladder to Plaster a Building Cause Huge Stir, Many Celebrate Her
Tori took to her Twitter page to solicit help from social media users as her exam was fast approaching and she needed to clear an outstanding of N146,000.
The University of Lagos student went back to the same platform to update those that helped her in clearing the debt.
Tunde Ososanya, a Legit.ng editor, is a graduate of Mass Communication from the Nigerian Institute of Journalism. He's passionate about what he does and finds fulfillment in informing the people. Ososanya is the author of Later Tonight: a Collection of Short Stories.
You can follow him on Twitter: @TundeOsosanya