In Kumasi, Ghana, a Keke driver’s honesty has won the hearts of many after he promptly returned an iPhone 14 Pro Max left in his tricycle by a passenger.
The tale took a turn when the phone’s owner, realising his oversight, made a call to his device. Much to his surprise, the attentive Keke driver answered and arranged a meet-up to hand back the device safely.
Commenting on the incident, the Keke driver conveyed his natural inclination was always to return items found in his tricycle. He went on to mention that past deeds went often unrewarded. This time, the thankful phone owner showed his appreciation with a gift of ¢300 (roughly N20,128.82).
@Puzor Junior reminisced, “Once, I had a Samsung S20 Ultra in my Uber for three days. When I handed it back, the owner was less than pleased.”
@_ mentioned, “Acts like these show true character. Blessings will always come your way.”
@Lionel Arena Gh mused, “I had a similar experience with an Uber. If not for the driver’s honesty, who knows what might’ve happened.”
@S A I F praised, “Kumasi’s Keke community truly stands out for their genuineness. They’re the unsung heroes.”