Man narrates how a good Samaritan returned his friend's lost money

Man narrates how a good Samaritan returned his friend's lost money

Some kind deeds from people generally makes one forget that we live in an unfair world. A Nigerian man recently recounted how a good Samaritan returned his friend's money.

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Even with the bad narratives from people describing the world as bad, they are still many kindhearted, good men out there living the good life.

A Nigerian man on Facebook narrated how his friend lost her money when they were on a bike. He added that when they found out about the missing money it was late but they decided to go back where the bike stopped them to ask around.

The man identified as Sulieman Dauda on his Facebook post continued that they weren't able to find any useful information concerning the lost money at first. He continued that on their second visit to the place, a man named Adamsy admitted to have seen the money and returned it intact.

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Sulieman praised the young man, declaring that they still exist kind people in Nigeria, despite the regular narratives that most Nigerian youths are crooks.

He wrote on his page: "Adamsy The Good Samaritan!!!

So Yesterday My Friend Lost 80k After We Dropped From A Bike. We Didn't Noticed On Time Until We Enter Inside Market. We Later Went Back To Where We Dropped, Asked Around But No One Saw The Money. We Went Back Today To Still Ask Again. Immediately This Guy (Adamsy) Said He's Coming And Rode Off. He Later Came Back With Money In His Hand And Ask Us The Denominations. We Told Him And He Handed The Money Over To Us Exactly How It Was. He Then Said "Mallama(Miss), I Am Not Above This Money And I Don't Have Such Amount But This Is Not My Sweat And I Can't Keep It" Tears Dropped From My Eyes.

People Like Adamsy Are Very Rare Wallahi. May God Bless Him Abundantly."

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