- A Yango driver by name Bismark Nana Ahonie has returned a passenger’s iPhone XS Max
- The passenger had left the phone in the car mistakenly
- He is especially happy because the phone is new and the Yango driver is young and would have wanted to keep it
- The passenger shared photos of the driver and asked the public to help celebrate such an honest young man
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A young Yango driver, Bismark Nana Ahonie, has earned massive praises on social media for returning a passenger’s iPhone XS Max which fell in his car.
According to the passenger, Francis Hamelo, he dropped the phone which he bought just a week ago in Ahonie’s car when he picked Yango.
He was scared to learn that he had left his phone and thought he would never find it again as people are no longer honest these days.
However, he placed a call to the phone and the Yango driver picked it, and after telling him where he lived, Ahonie decided to return the phone.
This kind gesture has impressed Hamelo so much that he shared the experience in a Facebook group, Tell It All for the Yango driver to be praised.
The driver, Ahonie, is a young-looking man, very ambitious and would easily have desired to have the phone, however, honesty moved him to return it to the owner.
Many people have showered praises on him.
The post has garnered massive reactions on the page since it was posted.
More and more people keep praising the Yango driver:
Meanwhile, former Black Stars player, Odartey Lamptey, has welcomed a third child, a boy, in addition to his two daughters.
His former wife, Gloria Appiah, had accused him of being sterile and lied that the footballer coerced her to have children with other men for him.
It came out to be that the three children Lamptey took care of all belonged to other men his wife had affairs with while they were married.
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