- A 22-year-old tricycle rider, Auwalu Salisu, is to be honoured with four women for his integrity and kind gesture
- Salisu came into the spotlight after he returned N15 million to the Chadian owner, who left it in his tricycle in Kano state
- The Matchmaking Marriage Association, also known as Mai Dalilin Aure, said Salisu deserves the honour of four women
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Kano state - Auwalu Salisu, the tricycle rider who returned N15 million to the Chadian owner, has been offered four women to marry.
Why Matchmakers want to honour tricycle rider with four women
Chairman of the association, Alhaji Mukhtar Inuwa Yakasai, who disclosed this said Salisu’s integrity, honesty and trust qualified him for the honour.
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While speaking on Freedom Radio, Kano, Yakasai said two of his daughters are among those Salisu will choose from.
“The boy has shown the good character of our Noble Prophet, Muhammad (SAW). He is indeed trustworthy. That is why we have decided to honour him with these gifts.
“There are 10 women for him to select four. Two of them are my daughters.”
“Some said I will never be rich again”: Kano tricyclist
Earlier, Legit.ng reported that a tricycle rider, Auwalu Salisu, who returned N15 million to the Chadian owner, said some of his friends are unhappy with his decision.
The 22-year-old said some of his friends said he would never be rich again because that was his last chance to become rich.
After dropping off his passengers, Salisu discovered the money, comprising CFA and Naira, inside his tricycle.
Kano keke rider returned missing N15m to Chadian owner
Auwalu Salisu, a 22-year-old tricycle (keke) rider, has reportedly returned N15 million in cash misplaced by one of his passengers, a Chadian businessman who came to buy goods in Kano State.
It was gathered that Salisu, an indigene of Nasarawa local government area of Kano State living in Yankaba, heard the news about the misplaced money on the radio and instantly returned it.
Policeman who returned missing $800USD to Muslim pilgrim gets hajj reward
Constable Nura Mande, the police officer who returned hundreds of dollars belonging to a hajj pilgrim, has been rewarded handsomely for his patriotism.
Mende was rewarded with a ticket to attend the 2023 hajj pilgrim exercise in the holy land of Mecca, Saudi Arabia.
It was gathered that his excellent deed happened in 2022 when an older woman, Hajiya Hadiza Usman, misplaced her money, Officer Mende later found.