GossipsNaija giststrending

VIDEO: Woman Who Picked And Returned 3 Billion Naira Makes Demands From Federal Government

VIDEO: Woman Who Picked And Returned 3 Billion Naira Makes Demands From Federal Government

Click To Watch Video

If there is any definition of honesty, Mrs Josephine Ugwu perfectly fits into its illustration in all ramifications. A cleaner with peanut as monthly take home, Mrs Ugwu had reportedly returned a total sum of 3billion naira to rightful owners on different occasions after discovering the money in lonely places.

On Sunday, she was interviewed on Journalist Hangout, an informative and educative program on TVC anchored by Ayo Ozugbaku and co-anchored by Babajide Kolade-Otitoju.

Narrating the story on how she has been bumping on stack of money on different occasions, Mrs Ugwu explained that, it started at Enugu airport in 2006 where she found a travelling bag filled with money in an open car boot at the airport. The zip on the bag she found in the car was torn, and the money was vulnerable at the spot. She picked the bag and returned the money to the appropriate authority where it was later delivered to the rightful owner.

The second incident was at the Lagos airport, where she found and returned 7 million Dollars. She was a cleaner at the airport, and she was earning N7,800 was a contract staff as at then. Yet, she never allowed her situation to becloud her sense of judgement on the money found. She returned the money on those different occasions.

Although, Mrs Ugwu who can be attributed to a good Samaritan had been honoured at different fora. She was honoured by president Muhammadu Buhari, Governor Ugwuayi of Enugu state and other non governmental organization but she does not seem comfortable with material and financial recognitions. She wants something that will be of lasting impact to the younger generation.

This she made known on TVC on Sunday. According to her, she has never heard of someone returning such a huge amount of money. The government needs to do something for her to teach the youths that it pays to be honest.

In other words, she wants a Nigeria where people outside the country will begin to see as a honest country to deal with.

Source

Comments (1)

  1. It’s okay

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: