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Moral Lesson To Learn From The Okada Rider That Picked N20m On A Highway And Returned It To Owner

According to a report from Legit NG, a kind young man named Emmanuel Tuloe chose to return a sum of £37,000 (N20,881,048.40) he found on a highway. Emmanuel found the money wrapped in a plastic bag and picked it up.

After returning the money he found on a highway, a young motorcycle rider was lavishly rewarded. Emmanuel Tuloe heard about the missing money on the radio and called to return it to its rightful owner. He was compensated $1,500 (N616,350) for his act of kindness.

[Illustrative photo: Daily Trust]

The young man called the money's owner and informed her that he had the money. The owner presented the kind Okada rider with a sum of $1,500 (N616,350) as a reward. According to the BBC, Emmanuel has since become a national hero.


1. It Pays To Be Good and All That Glitters Isn't Gold:

The action of this Okada Rider should be a lesson to everyone out there. He outrightly understood that not everything that glitters is gold. He returned the money and he was handsomely rewarded. This man for sure didn't return the money to get rewarded, he must done that because he had conscience and he understood what it meant to be good.

Instead of coveting that which isn't his, he chose to go in search of the owner. Twenty million naira at a time when things are hard isn't a small money, that money can change someone's fortune but he didn't give room for negative thoughts and today he is being celebrated. We should all learn to be good because it pays.

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Daily Trust Emmanuel Tuloe Legit NG Okada


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