- 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
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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.
Acknowledging Owusu's honesty
''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.
''May God bless him.''
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Washing bay attendant returns money
Similarly, a washing bay attendant named Obeng returned an undisclosed amount of money he found at the newly built Kejetia Market in Kumasi, kessbenonline.com reported.
Affectionately called Agyabeng, Obeng, who is said to be in his fifties and a worker at KMA Shell told a reporter he found the money on his way to work at Adum in Kumasi city in the Ashanti Region.
He recalled stepping on an unusual polythene bag at the ''trotro'' station on his way to work at Adum - checked it, opened it, and to his surprise, it was money, kessbenonline.com reported.
Counsellor advises Moesha's family to seek help
In other news, the senior consultant at the PAKS-Relationship and Counselling Clinic, Paa Kwesi Ortsin, has advised the family of beleaguered Moesha Boduong to seek help for her from a mental health specialist.
The counsellor's comments come amidst a video of the popular slay queen-turned Christian thanking some young men for saving her from attempting to kill herself.
''Thank you for saving me from trying to kill myself,'' said Moesha Boduong in the video.
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