- A Ghanaian taxi driver identified as Owusu returned a phone after a passenger left it in his car
- Heartwarming photos have been shared along with a caption to celebrate Owusu's honesty
- Many have commented sweet remarks underneath the post on social media
A kind-spirited Ghanaian taxi driver only identified as Owusu has reportedly returned a phone after a passenger left it in his car.
In a post sighted on the Facebook page of Trotro Diaries, Owusu has been lauded for his honesty.
Though details, including the passenger who left the phone in his vehicle and where the incident occurred, are yet to be known, the post indicated that he could have chosen to do otherwise.
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''TroTro Diaries would like to acknowledge this taxi driver (Owusu) who returned a passengers phone.
''In a time when many drivers do otherwise, he chose to do the right thing. TroTro Diaries salutes you Owusu,'' the post read.
Heartwarming photos in which he sits in front of his whip were shared with the caption to praise him for showing integrity.
Many have headed to the comment section of the post to celebrate Owusu's act of honesty, saying society needs more of his kind to make the world a better place.
Gifty Appiadu Power commented:
''Good, bless you more.''
Thelma Mensah said:
''God richly bless him.''
Obi Abrantie was touched by Owusu's honesty and requested his number for contracts.
''Add his contact for contracts.''
Trotro Diaries replied:
''Obi Abrantie we will share when we have it.''
Obibini Roger Jnr also added her voice, asking God to shower blessing on the taxi driver.
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''May God bless him.''
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man, Julius Eze, has shown people the true meaning of honesty.
Between Friday night, July 9, and Saturday morning, July 10, when banks are closed, he received N2.5m in three batches.
The first credit alert was the sum of N500,000. Just when he was thinking about the surprise money, he got N1m the morning after. Eze was not out of the dumbfoundedness yet when another N1m came in.
Taking to Facebook on Sunday, July 11, the man shared a screenshot of the alerts' SMS as they came in.