Nigerian man rewards taxi driver who returned his lost phone

Nigerian man rewards taxi driver who returned his lost phone

- A taxi driver has been rewarded for returning a client's phone after it fell in the car during a trip

- A Nigerian man identified as Ezzy Emeka took to social media to narrate how the honest taxi driver returned the phone

- Emeka said the driver drove all the way from Gwangwalada to Maitama to hand over the phone to him where he was lodged

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A Nigerian man identified as Ezzy Emeka has taken to social media to narrate how a taxi driver in Abuja returned the phone he forgot in his car.

Emeka said the phone fell from his pocket when he boarded the taxi after the function he attended. He said he got worried all night long after realising that he had lost his phone.

Nigerian Man rewards taxi driver who returned his lost phone

The taxi driver and the young man had lunch together. Photo credit: Ezzy Emeka/Facebook
Source: UGC

According to him, he tried his line with another phone and the taxi driver picked up and told him that he had been trying to figure out how to return the phone to him.

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Emeka said his spirit was lifted by what the taxi driver said. He said the driver drove all the way from Gwangwalada to Maitama to hand over the cellphone to him at the hotel he lodged.

He said:

"I had no choice than to host him to a lunch to appreciate him. Glad we still have good and noble people out there. No good deed should go unrewarded."

In other news, an honest South African man has been praised after going all-out to find the owner of a wallet he found in a parking lot.

Siphindile Lubisi took to social media to show appreciation to Mduu Semane Mandlazi who returned her wallet back with everything still inside, including money.

She shared that Mduu told her that he saw the wallet on the ground in the parking lot where she had parked her car.

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