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Igbo man against all odds returned a carton of noodles that contains N1.8million instead of noodles

Lasgidiway 06/25/2020

View pictures in App save up to 80% data. There is a popular belief in Nigeria that the Igbos love money more than they love their life and this believe is shared among many,but the notion was however proved wrong by a man in Enugu. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

According to the story shared by certifiedOAP on Twitter, a selfless Igbo man simply identified as Mr. Chidiebere Ogbonna has done the unexpected as he allegedly returned a carton of noodles which contains a whooping sum of 1.8 million naira to the owner.

He reportedly bought a carton of noodles from a store and unfortunately for the store owner the carton that contains the money meant to offset a bill was given to Mr Chidiebere,who collected it with the thought that it was noodles that was inside.

Not untill he got home and realized it was money that was inside and did nothing else but to return the money in full to the owner. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

The owner who expressed shock at what the man had done could not help but hug him tightly and gave him the offer of receiving free carton of noodles till December.

When Mr Ogbonna was however asked the reason behind his action during an interview on a radio program he simply said the money doesn't belong to him and that he had no other option than returning the money back to the owner.

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Although his integrity did not go unpunished as many were castigating him for not capitalizing on the luck God brought his way considering the current hardship in the country,yet other people still salute his courage and integrity. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

We need more people like this, expecially in the Government.

That is why an Igbo man needs to become a president in Nigeria.I am sure everyone will be happy under his leadership.

Source: opera.com
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Top Comments
MensahWilliam · 06/25/2020
He is afraid it might be blood money.He who takes is ruined for life.Not even dollars do people see on the ground and pick in Nigeria these days.

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