Indeed there are still good Samaritans in Nigeria as young Nigerian Man who is identified as Kolomafe Tope Emmanuel returned a lost wallet belonging to the owner.
The lost wallet which contained N20,000 cash, 5 credit cards and documents was retrieved by this young man despite the harsh economic of the country.
Pharez Okpere, the owner who revealed this on Tuesday explained how he lost the wallet last Sunday along airport road in Benin, the captial of Edo State.
He took to his Facebook timeline to share the below good news:
“THERE ARE MILLIONS OF GOOD PEOPLE IN NIGERIA.
On Sunday 8th November 2020, I went to airport road and somehow misplaced my wallet with about 20,000 naira cash, my driving licence and 5 ATM cards and other documents, it was a personal disaster for me as I lost hope of ever recovering my wallet,” he wrote.
“But to my greatest suprise, I was somehow contacted last night by a good “samaritan” by name @Kolomafe tope Emmanuel who told me that he found the wallet and directed me to his shop in Lagos Street Ring road and handed me the wallet with all my valuables intact. I am overjoyed. Please help me pray for this young man”
In the past, I have lost wallet that couldn’t be retrieved again not to even talk of smartphones.
We all know that once something mistakenly get lost in Nigeria, it takes Grace to retrieve such item back but for this owner’s case, he was lucky to see a good Samaritan who returned
his lost wallet containing all personal items.