Lady shares story of honest driver who returned her MacBook and iPad

Lady shares story of honest driver who returned her MacBook and iPad

A taxi driver has won the hearts of many on social media after he is reported to have returned expensive accessories to his passenger.

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The man, identified as Maxwell Adu from Ghana, had been hired to take Caroline Ziedeng home and after the trip she forgot her MacBook and an iPad in his car.

Lady shares story of honest driver who returned her MacBook and iPad she left in his car

Lady shares story of honest driver who returned her MacBook and iPad she left in his car Photo source: Facebook/Caroline Ziedeng
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In a Facebook post, Ziedeng applauded Adu. Ziedeng wrote she could not sleep and returned to the area she took the taxi from, but could not find him.

She went ahead to narrate that she opted for a taxi after her car developed a fault around the Woolworth traffic light in Accra.

After her efforts proved futile, she went back home and tried to get some sleep. While struggling to sleep, she got a call from an associate at around midnight.

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According to the associate, he had been contacted by the driver who found his number in a notepad Caroline had left behind.

Upon being notified, Caroline reached out to the driver and arranged to meet him in the morning for collection and as, reported everything was intact.

Touched by the driver's gesture and impressed with his honesty, Caroline took to social media to share the story.

According to her conversation with the driver, he revealed that the car he was using was his and he would love to work as a private driver.

Caroline thus pleaded with the general public to help find a job for the man saying, "If nothing at all you can trust that he’s an honest person."

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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