A Ghanaian taxi driver woke up early this morning to return a whopping GH¢8,000 that a market woman has left in his car yesterday, Tuesday, May 10th, 2022.
On Wednesday morning, a video surfaced on social media of the moment a Taxi driver returned the money he found in his car to the passenger. A fish seller at Mallam Atta market in Accra who left the money in his car. The owner of the money and her family are seen in the video weeping and thanking the taxi driver for saving their lives. In fact it was a tears of joy as they all found it hard to believe. The woman said "Yesterday I didn't sleep because of this money."
The video has since been warming numerous hearts on social media.
However, latest updates on Yen Ghana report that Kwesi Ackon, a taxi driver who returned GH¢8,000 a passenger left in his car, he did not know that his honesty was about to pay off. As Veep Bawumia rewards him with GH¢20,000 for returning such an amount.
It takes nothing to be loyal and Honest to others. This man could have used this money for whatever and however he wants it, but he knew someone surfed for that money and not him. So he looks for the woman and returned the money. God bless him!!
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