Few days after hoodlums were said to have looted some stores during the course of the EndSars protest in some states, a northerner found two-million-naira worth of cash and returned it to the rightful owner – see details.
A man whose name is Umar Abubakar, and reported to have hailed from Kano State, allegedly found a bag on his way home, probably after the protest. After he encountered the bag, he eventually opened it and saw a huge collection of naira notes in it, according to report, the money was accounted to have worth nearly two-million-naira cash.
Having found the mesmerizing content in the bag, he went out on a search for the owner of the money. Umar Abubakar returned the money to the owner of the bag. This amazing story happened some few days after alleged protesters who are apparently hoodlums invaded both private and government enterprises to loot valuable possessions.
This man has outrightly showed to us how a good Nigerian should behave and he is indeed an example to so many Nigerians out there. Below are photos of him.
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