- A filling station attendant got rewarded with a life-changing gift after he showed kindness to a stranded customer
- The customer, a 21-year-old student, had wanted to fuel her car only to discover that she had left her card at home and as such, couldn't pay for the service
- To her utmost surprise, the 28-year-old attendant didn't only wipe her car screen but paid her fuel with his card
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A filling station worker has been rewarded handsomely by a grateful customer whom he had shown kindness to.
Ron Project reports that a lady, Monet van Deventer, had stopped at the filing station in South Africa to fill her car.
Nkosikho Mbele who happened to be the attendant on duty had first began wiping the lady's car screen before rendering the service she requested.
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It was when Mbele wanted to fill her car that Monet discovered she had forgotten her card at home.
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Mbele came up with a solution for the stranded lady
The 28-year-old petrol attendant then stepped in with a solution. He offered to pay for her fuel with his card with the promise that Monet would return it when next she stopped by.
He then went on to fill her car after paying R100 (GHS 40 ) with his card.
Times Live reports that the lady was touched by the kindness from a total stranger and set up fundraising for the man.
The fundraising received $94,000 (GHS 566,843.22 ) which equates to the man's salary for the next 8 years.
It is noteworthy that the incident took place in 2019.
Student raises GHS374k for a homeless man who had helped her with his last cash when she was in a tight fix
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh previously reported that a 22-year-old student had raised GHC374k for a homeless man who offered his last money to her when she was stranded.
The homeless man named Robbie had offered GHS 14 to a lady who had lost her ATM card after a night outing and lacked the means to get home.
The money, though little, happened to be Robbie's last at that time. The amazed university student identified as Dominique Harrison-Bentzen turned down the offer and found her way home.
The student was said to have launched a campaign on a donation page to raise money for Robbie