Young youth corp member returns phone he found on the sidewalk

Young youth corp member returns phone he found on the sidewalk

- A young Nigerian man has been rewarded for returning a phone he found on the road

- The young man identified as Noble Chidera Akanwa found a phone worth over R20,000

- Akanwa, who is a corps member, was rewarded with a bonus allowance from the National Youth Service Corps

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A young man identified as Noble Chidera Akanwa, who is currently undergoing his one year National Youth Service Corps, has been praised and rewarded for returning a phone he found on the road.

Briefly.co.za learnt that, according to the Facebook page ABN TV, the young man returned a phone worth R20,000 lying in the road.

The man was said to have picked the phone up on his way to his hostel. He returned the phone to the management of the NYSC in the state. The 2019 batch B corps member was praised that the orientation course at the camp in Isele-Uku, Aniocha North local government area.

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It was also gathered that the corps member will be rewarded with a one-month allowance bonus by the National Youth Service Corps. He was also given a letter of commendation on behalf of the corps by Governor Ifeanyi Okowa's representative, Patrick Muoboghare.

Muoboghare said: “The differences between the people’s peculiar ways of life and the ones you are used to might be negligible. You have to assiduously learn to show understanding and adaptability as a way of justifying some of the reasons for the national service.

"Always remember that history will judge you based on the level of positive impact and contributions you record in the course of your service to fatherland.”

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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