- An unnamed Ghanaian taxi driver has confessed that one of his passengers mistakenly dropped their R3 000 in his car and he spent it
- According to the driver, he had kept the money waiting for the owner who did not show up after a year before he touched it
- However, since the time he decided to spend the huge amount, the taxi driver has been unable to have peace within himself
A Ghanaian taxi driver whose name is withheld has confessed that he is currently being haunted after spending R3 000 that one of his passengers left inside his car.
Speaking on HappyFM's confessions programme called Boneka, the driver indicated that he tried to keep the money for the owner but it appeared as though enough time had elapsed.
According to him, he waited for one year to see whether anyone would come to him asking about their lost money, but nothing of the sort ever happened.
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However, since he decided to spend the money, the driver has been unable to keep his own conscience at peace, for which reason he decided to make this public.
The taxi driver further indicated that from his experience, anytime he takes more money from a passenger than he is supposed to, his vehicle breaks down in no time.
Because of this, he is quite scared that something more damaging might happen after he used the R3 000 to settle some of his personal expenses that he cannot even account for adequately.
In other news, Isaac Donkor, a Ghanaian Bolt driver, is being hailed on social media for his courageous honesty after returning an iPhone 11 Pro Max that a passenger mistakenly dropped inside his car.
Recounting the story on his personal Facebook handle, Kofi Gbedemah indicated that when Isaac found the phone, he picked it up to receive a call that came through, assuring that he would return it.
True to his words, Isaac returned the phone all the way to Dansoman and refused to take any compensation or fuel money for his kind gesture.
"He drove back to Dansoman to return the phone, and despite making that out of budget trip, brotherman refused to take money for fuel. He turned down money for that trip to return the phone that was left in his vehicle," Kofi stated.
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