The tale of a Ghanaian man who discovered a missing $100,000 in cash and gave it back to its rightful owner has touched Shatta Wale.
An ID card, a key, and a polythene bag containing more than GH100,000 were found in the backseat of the taxi the unemployed man took to get to Abossey Okai from the Mobile filling station at Nima, according to a report by Adom FM.
According to reports, the good Samaritan delivered the items to the Adom FM studios so that a search could be mounted for the rightful owner.
He responded that it doesn’t align with his principles because that’s not how he was raised when asked why he didn’t take it given his circumstances.
The story was shared by Ghanaian blogger Sika Official, who recently won Twitter Influencer of the Year at the Pulse Influencer of the Year awards. The Ghanaian Dancahall star was interested in the story and promised to give the man GH3000.
Shatta Wale said in response to the blogger’s post: “if Ghanaians will be truthful like this , Good people will always approach them ..I AM SO TOUCHED GUYS Please guys tag @Adom1063fm and let them know I am sending 3000ghc to this good Samaritan of a driver and also Employ him to work with shaxi if he only he is a professional driver or even if he’s got a qualification that can give him a position in our office .. what he did just touched me. God bless you good Ghanaians”.
View his post below and let us know what you think.
If Ghanaians will be truthful like this , Good people will always approach them ..I AM SO TOUCHED GUYS 🥲🙏
— SHATTA WALE (@shattawalegh) October 11, 2023
Meanwhile, when some New Patriotic Party (NPP) thugs stormed the UTV studios last weekend, fearless Mr. Logic slept in the arms of fear.
The outspoken showbiz pundit, Mr. Logic known for speaking his mind without fear, has described his ordeal, including how UTV’s control room staff forced him to hide under a table.
Mr. Logic, a regular member of the United Showbiz panel, claims that the thugs’ invasion has been “traumatic.”
He claimed that he spent about 40 minutes being shoved under the table in the control room while denouncing the act.