In Nigeria, the concept of honesty is a big deal, especially during this recent economic meltdown
An excited Nigerian lady has given us reason to understand that honesty is the best policy and above all, it pays to be good.
According to facebook user, Chinyere Precious-emerald Okorie, she has become N10,000 richer after an act of kinddness to a young man who forgot his phone in the tricycle she also boarded.
Explaining that she had to go through the pain of paying an additional N200 just to return the phone, the man showed his appreciation by crediting her account.
Full story below;
“The man that sat beside me inside a keke today, dropped his phone. He already alighted before me. I had to plead with the keke driver to make a u turn if by any chance we would find him. I switched it off. Oh yes, I paid extra 200. We got there while my eyes scampered everywhere.
It was hard to recognise him for obvious reasons. But I noticed a man touching every part of his body in search of something. Then I switched it on. I walked up to him and asked if he was looking for anything. He said yes. I asked what? He said his phone. I gave him my phone to dial it. He did and it rang in my pocket.”
“His joy was boundless. We talked a little and exchanged numbers. He called later to ask for my account details. I didn’t hesitate to give him o. For this Buhari red era? I just went for a little nap. I woke up to alert o. Ahhhhh!!! Ah go craze for here o. It pays to do the right thing mehn. I have my dignity and 10k extra. Make all of una drink beer for my head”
An Onitsha based young lady has called out her church for sending her back home because of a supposed indecent dressing.
According to the lady identified as Nkiru, she was sent back by the church warders who told her to wear a jacket or a scarf to cover her dress which was tagged unfit for church.
The aggreviated young lady narrated her ordeal in a facebook post saying;
Today that I decided to go to church. My look to church today in awada onitsha. The church warders sent me back. They refused me entering the church saying I should go and look for a jacket or a scarf to cover my shoulder. Shouting that...
A heartbroken Nigerian man identified as Peter Kalu has recounted how his brother and others were killed after being crushed by a speeding vehicle when they were accosted by Nigerian Customs officials at Benin by-pass.
According to him, the vehicle also crushed 10 other people and left many injured before the Customs officials fled the scene.
Below is what Peter Kalu said while revealing how his brother died...
My brother, Mr. Anthony Ufere Uchechi Eke was coming home for Easter 2018. After discussing with him on Tuesday, March 27 on some issues, we ended up that he will take the night bus on Thursday, March 29, to meet me on Friday, March 30, at Aba for us to head home that same Friday, for an Executive meeting of our village (Easter meeting). Though he did not call me again to tell me that he has taken the night bus, yet...
An American woman identified as Kennecia Posey, has blamed a powerful wind for the cocaine found in her possession. The police reportedly arrested her following a stop in Fort Pierce, Florida, on March 21, according to a news report by ABC local affiliate.
The report cited police extract of the case as stating that an officer approached Ms Posey’s car and smelled an odor of marijuana coming from inside.
But as the officer searched further, a purse containing cocaine and marijuana in separate bags was found on her lap.
Ms Posey, 26, admitted ownership of the marijuana, but had an interesting excuse for the illicit drug.
“I don’t know anything about any cocaine,” she said, according to the report. “It’s a windy day. It must have flown through the window and into my purse.”
Ms Posey was booked into the county jail on one felony count of cocaine possession and a misdemeanor...