- A young Mzansi father recently headed online to share a heartwarming post about a kind-hearted Bolt driver
- According to the post, the e-hailing service driver had seen him trying to change his punctured tyre with his daughter strapped on him when he offered to help
- Many people loved the sweet post and were so grateful towards the helpful driver
Having someone there to offer you a hand when you need it the most is super amazing. A young man recently received help from a kind-hearted Bolt driver who came to assist him to change a tyre after he had to both take care of his child and change the tyre by himself.
"Got a tyre puncture on the freeway. The minute the car stopped Mihla started crying so I had to change the tire with her strapped to me. A kind Taxify @Boltapp_za driver named Caiphus Sebake saw how difficult this was carrying tyres and a baby and stopped to help me out," wrote.
Locals had this to say:
"Hai mina amanye amaDoda ayangxaka yaz. Nge tyre nje intencane kanje."
"That's great! Kindness! But next time, try to hide the number plate for the safety of the good Samaritan. There are plenty people with evil intentions out there."
"I know the driver in person. I used to stay with him in the same location... he is a gentleman."
"Big up to Caiphus Sebakwe. Am glad you and your baby girl are also safe coz these streets can be rough."
In similar heartwarming Briefly News, 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.
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. She said the world needs more people like Mr Osakwe and urged social media users to appreciate the driver.
"A good name is better than silver or gold! God bless you for being a sincere Nigerian."
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