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Taxi Driver Brouhaha: If you are a Leader And You Took Money Which Doesn't Belong To You Return It

Today, during an afternoon show interview among three outspoken individuals namely Samuel Mbura, Raymond, Winston and Kojo Yankson, the issue of the marvelous incident which has become the topic of the moment whereby the young generous taxi driver returned a woman's huge sum of money to her was thoroughly discussed. These individuals discussed this issue in comparison to the nature of the country's citizens.

Speaking to congratulate the taxi driver, the former broadcast journalist and head of politics at Radio XYZ, Samuel Mbura disclosed that he is really inspired by the taxi driver's gesture because returning money under this country in a current situation is actually worth commendable. He claimed indirectly that, he was thinking overnight about this that imagine if those who have caused financial injury to people and/or those who have been given position to run the affairs of the country and one way or the other, took money they did not know belong to the state to the house and bring it back they have no idea the number of lives they had impacted in the country.

He compared this to the issue of the taxi driver that, imagine if he had spent the money; imagine the number of families he would have deprived because the woman was more or less like the breadwinner of the house.

He them sends a strong petition to the leaders of the country to kindly return all inappropriate funds to the country.

"If you have taken our money as a leader and you know the money is not yours and you mistakenly took the money home, just return the money; we will applaud you, your church will put you on a social media platform and say look 'this is a member of our church" he petitioned.

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Kojo Yankson Radio XYZ Raymond Samuel Mbura Winston

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