Each time an act of good deed is done, it shines a light of hope, likewise a good deed builds good repute, as one man identified as Ugo Salem John Paul narrates how he saw misplaced poly bag containing one hundred thousand naira and made effort in returning it to the rightful owner.
In this hardship, a young man by the name of Ugo Salem has done an act of good deed, as he returns a poly bag filled with money which was misplaced by a market woman.
A Facebook user identified as Alaska Braimoh Charles shared a post about the young man, Ugo, who was driving himself home,when a bike man carrying a lady, drove passed him and suddenly a black poly bag fell off; on counting the money, it amounted to a hundred thousand Naira (#100,000).
Neither the bike man nor the lady noticed it, so he stopped and picked up the bag only to discover it contained a large sum of money. Fortunately he had a glimpse of the bike man as he drove by, he went in search of him, after describing the bike man to a few people at a nearby market, he got his phone number.
In his narration he stated that he got through to the bike man and he asked him about the lady he was carrying and found out her name was Mama Ebube or Mama Semi, who sells palm oil in gallons, and was told that she had lost her money and was looking for it even to the point of driving back home to Ekwluobia in search of the money.
The bike man inquired if he, Ugo, had seen any money, on telling him about the poly bag he found, after the bike man drove passed him, he told him that he feels that the passenger was the owner.
Below was what transpired and how the money was returned back to the owner;
Indeed we still have kindhearted Nigerians in our society, despite the hunger and hardship, people can and still carry out good deeds and gesture.