Tricycle Rider Gets Rewarded After Returning Lost Recharge Cards Worth N80K In Owerri. Photos

It really pays to be honest in all we do. A tricycle rider has received praises for his rare act of honesty after returning recharge cards worth about N80,000 after it was forgotten by a passenger. The man identified as Akpan Nsika -has not only been hailed for the kind gesture, he’s also been rewarded…

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He is a rare Nigerian, at a time when the present economic hardship in this country could make an average Nigerian throw goodwill, kindness and benevolence to the dogs. This young man displayed an act that would erect a mansion for him in Paradise.

His name is Mr Akpan Nsikak from Cross River State (calabar), he is a keke operatoroperator in Owerri.

About a week ago, he found a purse containing recharge cards of all the network providers in Nigeria worth about N80,000 forgotten by a passenger in his keke.

He brought it to zanders 105.7fm studio and we announced it (not mentioning the content of the purse). Few days later and elderly woman came, identified and claimed the purse and it’s content.

Now here is the big deal about this whole story: Mr Akpan Nsikak owns a rickety keke that needs major repairs. Whit that amount of money, he would have fixed his keke, and had some extra money to flex around with.

But he chose to return it to the owner.

The C. E. O of zanders 105.7fm Owerri and zanders foundation decided to honour Mr. Akpan Nsikak today.

Mr Akpan Nsikak got a cash gift of N10,000 a one year house (self contained) rent in Owerri town. (as he lives at akabo) at the moment. He also got an electronic Kettle from the Noble Women Association, his decapitated keke was fixed.

He will also have a night (all expenses paid for) at the prestigious New Concorde Hotel Owerri).

Do good and good will follow you.

We celebrate Mr. Akpan Nsikak today and always.