- A Nigerian lady who works as a petrol attendant has displayed honesty during a transaction with a customer
- The lady simply identified as Benedicta was overpaid by the customer and she returned the money
- Nigerians on social media has taken to Twitter to celebrate the honest young lady
A Nigerian lady simply identified as Benedicta has been celebrated on social media after displaying honesty during a transaction with a customer.
Benedicta, who works as petrol attendant at Conoil, was overpaid by 100% on 5,000 transaction and she returned the excess.
The disclosure was made on Twitter by @chairmanNHRC.
Sharing the lady's photo on the social media platform, @chairmanNHRC wrote:
"#Nigeria: Benedicta, pumphead assistant at Conoil Utako, overpaid by 100% on 5k transaction; returned the excess."
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Nigerians on social media soon flooded the comment section of the post to celebrate the honest young lady for making herself and the country proud.
- The lady simply identidantfied as Benedicta was overpanid by the customer and she returned the money
"Thank you Benedicta for restoring hope in our collective humanity."
"Good to know that we still have honest Nigerians, despite the recession. Well done Benedicta."
"@MsTyma_ she deserves a reward, good people like me are hard to find."
Legit.ng previously reported that a woman in Enugu state, Josephine Nchetaka Chukujama Eze, showed the true meaning of honesty as she returned almost N14 million that was mistakenly paid into her account.
Her husband, a journalist and lawyer, Chukujama Eze, made the disclosure as he praised his wife for the virtue she exhibited.
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In a letter he addressed to the media, he said that he decided to celebrate her not because it was her birthday, but because she did a thing that made him very proud of her.
The husband said that the event happened on Monday, August 3, 2020, when Josephine was in a salon and her phone rang with alerts.