Bus conductor returns money to passenger who misplaced wallet

Bus conductor returns money to passenger who misplaced wallet

- Daniel Mwaura came across the lost items of a passenger in the Matau while on the Gachie-Nairobi road

- He reported the incident to a savings organisation office at Gachie trading centre

- After the third day, the owner visited the office to collect his property

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A Nairobi conductor is the talk of town after returning a lost wallet with KSh 30,000 (N108,000) plus other personal documents to the rightful owner, ending a two-week search.

The conductor identified as Daniel Mwaura who worked in Matatu christened Fagal Maggy under Ganaki Sacco (Savings and credit cooperative organization) has wowed the online community with his deed.

This is after Mwaura's story of rare honesty in a city where such cases are unheard of, was shared online by Harrison Mungai.

Harrison Mungai/Facebook.

A Nairobi tout is the talk of town after returning a lost wallet with KSh 30,000 plus other personal documents to the rightful owner ending a two-week search. Photo: Harrison Mungai/Facebook.

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According to Mungai, the Matatu conductor was on a normal routine on Wednesday, April 11, when he came across the lost item while enroute the Gachie-Nairobi road.

Worried the owner could be in dire need of the money, the straightforward man reported the incident to the Sacco offices at Gachie trading centre.

He then asked the Sacco linesman Joseph Muniu to direct anyone who might be looking for lost documents to him.

Mwaura had said: "If someone ask for lost money plus documents, please direct them to me."

Harrison Mungai/Facebook.

The tout reported the incident to their Sacco offices upon which he asked the Sacco linesman to direct anyone who might be looking for lost document to him. Photo: Harrison Mungai/Facebook.

On the third day, a man who introduced himself as Stanley Kaberi went to Ganaki offices and reported about his lost documents.

He said he was from Ndumberi within Kiambu county but did not even mention anything to do with the money as he suspected it could have been taken by whoever came across the wallet.

The KSh 30,000 was meant to take care of his sick child's hospital bill. That is the time that Mwaura the conductor who found the items plus the money was connected to Stanley through phone and they correctly verified indeed that the wallet was Stanley's.

As a token of appreciation, Stanley wanted to give Mwaura some money but he turned itdown asking him to sort out the hospital bills first.

Internet users have hailed Mwaura for his unique attribute.

Victor Kiruma: "This is marvelous, he really is a son of God.I know if He trust's in God,God will sustain him and he will never lack because of his faithfulness."

Gabu De Bilionaire: "Honesty is the most precious gift one can have."

Beth Rose Wangui: "This is not normal, the man is God fearing for sure and this is rare. Congratulations Daniel."

Rose Gitau: "This are the conductors who will not do this work forever but them that are petty and overcharge ata na ten bob will do that job till the end of time...a little honesty can unlock the windows n doors of heaven."

JB Lish: "God will favour you .It's your season now your time now God has remembered you by your faithfulness.God bless you abundantly."

Jared Nyamweya: "We have nice pple in this world. Thanks Men."

Douglas Mbeshia: "May God Bless you abundantly bro...Big up you are one in a million in this young generation."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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