Street kid hands back GHS9k that a stranger dropped in town

Street kid hands back GHS9k that a stranger dropped in town

- A Kenyan street boy has made news after handing GHS9k back to a stranger that he had accidentally dropped

- The stranger was on the way to the bank to deposit GHS32k - the amount of money that the business has made that day

- On his way, the zipper of his bag caved in, spurting out a wad of GHS9k that was picked by a street boy

While crossing the road from Kimathi Street to Kenyatta Avenue, a Kenyan man accidentally dropped GHS9k.

Street kid hands back GHS9k that a stranger dropped in town

A street family in Nairobi

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The money was part of a sum that he was supposed to deposit at the bank after a day's work.

Unfortunately, the zipper on his bag caved in and ejected an envelope from wherein, lay part of the cash.

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A moment before he joined Kenyatta avenue, he was cat-called by a shabbily dressed street kid.

Naturally, thought it was the usual street families begging for alms. So he ignored the lad and walked on to the bank.

The Chokoraa caught up with him at the bank's entrance. Feeling safer that there was security guard near, he stopped to listen to what the urchin had to say.

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Street kid hands back GHS9k that a stranger dropped in town

Vince Dancer the street Kid who handed back GHS9k to a stranger who dropped it

"Uliangusha pesa huko nyuma, (you dropped money as you crossed the road)," the kid said as he handed back the cash.

The stranger was shocked. He was beyond words. The kid explained that he handed the cash back because he didn't know if it was for settling a hospital bill or paying school fees!

The Chokoraa then heartily told him to deposit the cash first before he lost it again.

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The stranger then got inside the bank to deposit the cash and when he was done, the street kid was nowhere to be seen.

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