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Washing bay worker returns bag full of dollars

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Washing bay worker returns bag full of dollars

In another interesting circumstance which could occur in once most stunning creative mind, a genuine washing bay orderly who found tote loaded with money in Kumasi has returned it to its proprietor.

The purse was brimming with dollar greenbacks and cedis totalling GH¢55,000.

Relating the episode on Akoma FM’s ongoing undertakings and political show GhanAkoma Friday, May 13, the washing bay specialist who portrayed himself as Solomon Atta Kofi made sense of that he found the money most recent two weeks Wednesday following a monotonous and unfruitful day.

“Aside the washing bay business, I sell deodorizers and other vehicle beautifying embellishments at Asore Nkwanta close to Palmer intersection so around 5pm on that steadfast day similarly as I was going to close for the day I saw the pack on a seat so when I opened it I saw heap of dollars and a few heaps of cedis. Along these lines, I brought it back home and examined with my better half”.

Comparative episode occurred in Accra after a cab driver tracked down measure of GH¢8,400 and returned it to its proprietor.

Acclamations, acclaims and gifts have been coming down on him since the occurrence occurred.

VP Dr Mahamudu Bawumia ran him GH¢20,000 for his good thought and numerous different characters including Asamoah Gyan have gifted him money to tune of over GH¢40,000.

Yet, the account of Solomon Atta Kofi is very unique on the grounds that while the money he found was immense, he is yet to get even 50% of the gifts and applauses down-poured on the cabbie who returned the GH¢8,400.

He further unveiled that yet for his significant other who encouraged him to return the money, he would have kept it to advance his loved ones.

I truly need money and my significant other is jobless too yet we kept the money till the following day and returned it when the man came to the washing bay searching for the pack brimming with money.”

The one who lost his money later joined the discussion on telephone and affirmed the episode.

He distinguished himself as Nana Yaw Tuffour and a Pastor of Gospel Ambassadors Church at Patase.

He told host of the show Aduanaba Kofi Asante Ennin that “on that night when I returned home from the washing bay I didn’t understand that I had lost my money so promptly in the first part of the day I sorted out the pack wasn’t in the vehicle nor was it in the house so I needed to race to the washing bay however when I arrived, one person let me know that minister don’t stress your money is with Solo so he called the fellow and he brought the money.”

Minister Nana Yaw uncovered that the aggregate sum of money clinched was more than GH¢55,000 including $4,000 and ¢24,000.

The minister added that he ran Solomon (washing bay chaperon) $400 and later added ¢400.

However some well wishers and audience members who were moved by the Solomon’s striking choice to return ¢55,000 called into the show and regurgitated favors on his life, some additionally swore to send home a tokens as an indication of appreciation to encourage others to go with the same pattern.

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