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The issue of people forgetting their items in taxis and "trotros" is not something new. Even though some of these passengers are fortunate and get back their lost items, others aren't. In this article, I we are going to look at a certain trending video on the internet.
This video making rounds suggests that, a market woman boarded a taxi but mistakenly left her money inside. She is believed to be a fish seller at Mallam Atta market. The whooping amount was GHc8,000. Looking at how things are hard these days, any person at all would have considered the money a blessing and not return it. But the story of this particular taxi driver is different.
In the video, woman can be seen hugging the driver and thanking him for what he has done. It was an emotional moment. Check out the video by clicking on the link below;
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