Social Media Celebrates Uber Driver Who Returned Passenger's iPhone 12 Pro

Social Media Celebrates Uber Driver Who Returned Passenger's iPhone 12 Pro

- An Uber driver was recently celebrated on social media for returning a passenger's iPhone 12 pro

- According to the passenger, Emem Ekong, the driver simply identified as Mr Osakwe drove to her house to return the phone

- Social media users were impressed that there are still good people like Mr Osakwe and they took turns to pray for the kindhearted man

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An Uber driver simply identified as Mr Osakwe has been celebrated on social media for displaying honesty after finding a passenger's phone.

The passenger identified as Emem Ekong said the driver returned her iPhone 12 pro after she forgot it in the vehicle.

Social media celebrates Uber driver who returned passenger's iPhone 12 pro
The Uber driver has been praised on social media for his honesty. Photo credit: @pweedylady2
Source: UGC

Emem with the Twitter handle @pweedylady2 took to the platform to make the disclosure. She appreciated the driver for driving all the way back to return her phone.

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She said Nigeria needs more people like Mr Osakwe and urged social media users to appreciate the driver.

@IamTokz_George said:

"A good name is better than silver or gold! God bless u for being a sincere Nigerian."

@Crownbee7 commented:

"And Nigerian government sees people like this as a threat to them."

@iAmSaf_1 wrote:

"We still have good ppl in this country. I actually lost my phone 4 good times on different occasions and God's willing I got it back each time. God bless U and Ur kind Mr. Osakwe."

In other news, a TikTok user going by the name of @JakeGoodman.Med shared a cool video clip showing him in a graduation garment as he just bagged a qualification as a doctor.

He said he was driving Uber and was denied by 25 medical schools as he wanted to pursue studies in the medical field.

The man posted a short video clip depicting a timeline of events of how he eventually managed to fulfil his lifelong dream. He said in the video:

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“I finished med school this week. Let this be the sign to keep grinding. I believe in you.”

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Source: Briefly News

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