A sergeant of the Nigerian Police Force attached to Kano Command's Motor Traffic Division, Kabiru Isah was reported to have returned a whooping sum of one million naira which he recovered from the scene of a fatal accident.
Mr Haruna said that the owner of the money was knocked down by a trailer while riding his motorcycle along Zaria road, Kano. Mr Haruna confirmed that the man died immediately he was knocked down.
Mr Haruna decided to contact the family of the deceased in order to give them the money. While handing over the money to the family of the deceased, the Commissioner of Police in Kano called on all Nigerians to emulate the good conduct of Mr Haruna. He concludes by saying that, if all Police officers can be as behaved as Mr Haruna, the count would be a better place to live.
In reward for his good deeds, Mr Haruna was given the sum of one hundred thousand naira(100,000) by the managing director of Kano Road Traffic Agency, Baffa Dan’agundi.
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