Kind Young Man Determined to Return Missing Car Keys to Rightful Owner

Kind Young Man Determined to Return Missing Car Keys to Rightful Owner

  • A Ghanaian man by the name of Nathaniel Anane has recently taken to social media to help out his fellow human
  • In a post on Twitter, the young man revealed that he found the keys to a Nissan car parked at the Labadi beach
  • His plea to netizens to help him find the owner of the car key attracted a number of interesting comments

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A kindhearted Ghanaian man identified from his Twitter handle as Nathaniel Anane recently got many talking after a decision he made.

The post sighted by Briefly News on the timeline of @NathanielAnane1 saw the young man revealed that he found the key to a Nissan car at the Labadi beach in the Greater Accra Region.

Man with good intentions calls on netozens to help him find Nissan car keys he found
Parked cars, gentleman with car keys Photo credit: NathanielAnane1/Twitter
Source: Twitter

He then went ahead to plead with netizens to help him find the rightful owner of the car keys.

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"Found this key at the Labadi beach. Please retweet."

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Many who saw his tweet seemed surprised by the pure intentions of the young man and headed to the comments section to leave their opinion.

Some of the comments have been highlighted below:

@cyrilbinfoh tried to implant a bad idea which was refused by Nathaniel:

"Press and then walk around. Free car."

@heisniiafro_ giving out a helpful suggestion:

"Take go round, anywhere you go reach press den see and you go see the owner."

From: @_j_kojo:

"Ah. Go to the car park and hit the panic button. You'll find the car, and simply wait by it."

@notbymight_ commented:

"Nissan Qashqai. Edey reck my buddy be ein key waaa. I try dey call but ein nor dey go."

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@mansogh1 wrote:

"This isn’t Benz so it’s not mine bro."

Emmanuel Tuloe: Kind okada rider attacked by community for returning $50,000 he found to the owner

Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a kind young man by the name, Emmanuel Tuloe chose to return a sum of $50,000 he found on a highway wrapped in a plastic bag after a radio announcement about the missing money was made.

A recent report by BBC has however indicated that 18-year-old Emmanuel after returning the money has received endless mockery from his community.

His friends have been teasing him for the fact that he chose to return the money he found when the okada he works with is broken.

Source: Briefly News

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