A Nigerian man, Charles Chigbogwu has received accolades in social media after returning a lost wallet with a large amount of money without receiving the N10k reward that was offered to you.
A Facebook user with name, Nonso Ugoejiofor shared the story on his timeline on Sunday, November 22.
According to him, he lost his wallet after boarding a public transport home from work over the weekend.
He revealed that Charles Chigbogwu He picked up the wallet and tracked it down on Facebook with a neighbor’s Facebook account, as he doesn’t use social media.
Nonso said he called the number and Charles indicated where he would meet him to pick up his wallet.
However, after claiming his wallet with everything intact, he offered Charles an N10k reward, but he “blatantly refused” insisting that he did it for humanity and not for any reward.
Nonso said that after the encounter he had with the young man, he now has a strong belief that there is still hope for Nigeria.
Read the full account of the story shared by Nonso Ugoejiofor on Facebook below;
“Something happened a few minutes ago that made me still have HOPE in our country.
I used public transportation to get home from the office on Friday due to traffic. Getting off one of the buses, I realized my wallet was missing as I was about to enter Keke at my house. I ran back to the bus stop, the bus was gone. It was a bad feeling because he knew he was not a pickpocket but an oversight.
This same afternoon, this young man named Charles Chigbogwu, although he is not on social networks, used his neighbor’s account to send me this message. This was accomplished by matching my name, face, and hometown as it is on my Voter Card in Wallet.
I called his number as requested, and lo and behold, he described everything in the wallet intact down to the last N1 (mind you, there’s a large sum of money).
I went to meet him, to my greatest surprise. He blatantly refused to accept the 10k I offered him, insisting that he did what he did for the good of humanity and not for rewards.
Guys, I’m still dumbfounded. Do we still have Angels in human form in Nigeria?