"He Said He's Having Headache": Mechanic Who Returned N10.8m Shares How Much Was Given to Him as Reward

"He Said He's Having Headache": Mechanic Who Returned N10.8m Shares How Much Was Given to Him as Reward

  • The Nigerian mechanic, who went viral after he returned N10.8 million erroneously sent to his account, has said he is down with illness
  • Timothy said he has a headache and revealed how much he was rewarded with after his honest gesture
  • Mixed reactions have trailed the amount the honest man was given as some found it small, others disagreed

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For returning N10.8 million mistakenly sent to his account, Timothy, the honest mechanic, was rewarded with N50k.

One of his customers, Chinonso Ndukwe, made this revelation on Facebook, saying he got the information from Timothy after he met him in person on Tuesday.

Chinonso Ndukwe, Timothy, N10.8m, mechanic
Timothy revealed he got N50k from the contractor. Photo Credit: Twitter/@HenshawKate, Chinonso Ndukwe
Source: Facebook

Sharing a photo he took with Timothy, Chinonso said the mechanic has been serving him well, and he was impressed by his feat after reading it on the net.

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He added that Timothy looked quite ill when he saw him and that the mechanic told him he had a headache.

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Chinonso expressed displeasure that the contractor rewarded Timothy with only N50k.

He wrote:

"Before going on TV i went to my mechanic to ask him about what I saw all over the Internet yesterday. He has been serving me very well. So when I read that he returned 10.8 million to one of his customers i was impressed. Today when I saw him he was quite ill . He said he is having headache. The man that he returned his money gave him N50,000.00. People can be really unimaginable. Behold!"

Social media reactions

Andrew Ezeudegbe said:

"He did what he was supposed to do. The money does not belong to him. If you spend it, you will surely pay back a hundred times. So be warn. There is a reason for every action. Use your own well."

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Chimeson Ifē Adigo said:

"Nawa o. This Una teaching that every seemingly good thing u do has a reward is really affecting Una sense of judgement n humanity."

Kris Brown said:

"Biko 50k is too poor, let's tell ourselves the truth. Someone returned 10.8 million back to the owner without stress and some people are here yarning dust. What if he cornered the money? Mtcheeeew. Sir, the good Lord will bless you beyond your imaginations in Jesus name, Amen."

Adajesus Makuachukwu said:

"Is God that bless man not human.
"The amount the man gave him to me still okcoz you don't know how much he had to spend on that project.
"Beloved for doing good don't regret God is just watching to know ur mind he will surprise you OK .
"You are healed."

Annoited Man said:

"50k is OK because if He didn't returned the money mistakenly sent to his account by his customer, the customer knows he mistakenly sent the money to his account wrongly and he will be arrested if he spend the money. His identity is well know to the owner of the Money."

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Timothy praised publicly for returning N10.8m sent to his account

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported how a contractor publicly commended Timothy for returning N10.8 million erroneously sent to his account

The contractor said Timothy reported himself to him over the accidental transfer as he sought to have it returned. He added that the money was for a project and did not know it was sent to the wrong account.

Giving Timothy a pat on the shoulder, the grateful contractor urged people to patronise the mechanic, saying he was a good man.

Source: Legit.ng

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