A woman has done something mind-blowing to many people in the country after returning huge sums of money she found at a taxi station to the owner. The woman narrates the whole story of what happened to a renowned radio presenter, Ali Baba on Angle FM during a 'Breaking News'. According to the woman, she works at a taxi station in Kumasi as a station master. Due to her work, she always goes to the station to clean the place before the drivers. The woman narrating it says, once in day morning she went to the place to sweep only to find a polyethylene bag full of money. She quickly picked it up and sent it to her mother in the house to keep it. She returns from work and saw that the money is twenty thousand Ghana Cedis (Gh¢20,000).
Her mother was afraid of how huge the money was and didn't know whether the person could track to arrest them. According to her, she sent the money to her pastor to keep it in case the owner asks about they could quickly return it to him or her. One day she was there working and a man came to her asking whether she saw the money at the station. She quickly replies yes as she introduced him to the pastor. The pastor after interrogating the man got to know that he is the sole owner of the money and gave the money to the man.
Source: Angel Breaking News
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