Nigerians reacts to the kind gesture of a man to a bike man, whom he thought has absconded with his money

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Nigerians reacts to the kind gesture of a man to a bike man, whom he thought has absconded with his money
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Uzochukwu, on twitter has narrated how a bike man, who dropped him off, had no change of N1000 and the shops around have not opened to change the money.

Uzochukwu said The bike man asked him when he will be through, so that he will come back to carry him, meanwhile the bike man was still with the N1000, Uzo told him 10:30am, but in his mind, the bike man will not return. But he was surprised that at exactly 10:30am, the bike man showed up.

Uzo said, “On Tuesday I boarded a bike to somewhere we got there the bike man had no change for the N1000 I gave him, and no stores had opened at the time around there too so he asked me what time I will be done so he can come back and pick me since he still has my 1k.

“I told him 10:30am max I’m through with the meeting. While he left in my mind I was like omo this one don go e no dy come back, surprisingly before 10:30 I heard the sound of a bike approaching and peeped out of the window omo na the guy .”

“I relayed the incident to the boss I came to meet He was surprised too. While he was taking me back to the shop we had some discussions & I asked him if there is anything he needs to boost his business, he replied that his battery and back tyre is giving him challenge.”

“We got to the market I went into Kotec’s shop who is my Neighbour got him a battery which is one of the best in our market, went to somto’s shop got him a tyre nye ya 1k again. The guy was so overwhelmed he was about to kneel down to thank me, i gestured him to stand up. Ụwa ga adịrị that guy na mma”

Read the reactions Below:

@live4others777: This Godly heart or act is never connected to any tribe,but truly igbos are the most humans on earth with this mentality, i don’t know if it’s the early life training each child gets or it’s just an hereditary thing, I am a Yoruba guy, and I have met worst igbos, but “igbodinma”

@saviour456: Only you said its not about tribe and then went ahead to mention one tribe. Smh. E dun do abeg

@DanielRegha: This is thrilling to read, it feels good seeing people elevating others with no strings attached or for validation (especially now that humanity is gradually fading away). God bless the legit work of ur hands & may the person u assisted flourish in every aspect of his life…🙏

@Azuanuka_1: Upon all of this Igbo man doing they still don’t regard us

@UcheNwaeze1: Uzo chukwu didn’t even tell you the tribe of the bike man and here you are dragging tribe into a beautiful exchange between two great souls, guy find somewhere park biko.

@Vincentscooter: This sent a chill to my spine, you also ended the thread with words of affirmation for the guy. This shows that Honesty still pays. You are a good man, uwa ga dirikwara gi na mma, mmaji puru mmaji🙏🏾

@segelium2010: Nothing beats honesty and integrity, one might now be rich financially but he is rich in so many things. Though I didn’t understand the last part but I know it’s word of encouragement

@NatureThurifier: Met someone who did something way nice and surprising like this and i recommended him a job, was so so happy and was over happy and grateful when he got the job. Some people are very nice and humble and helpful and trusting despite the things they are going through.

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