Good people still exist.
Each and every day, we read news of people who steal, dupe or kill others over luxuries.
Because of how consistent these bad pieces of news are, we most times conclude that there’s no good left in this wicked world.
However, it’ll interest you that good people still exist and Bolt Driver Isaac Donkor is a vivid example.
He carried some passengers in his car and one of them left off an iPhone 11 Pro Max.
When Isaac was called, he returned the phone to its rightful owner and even refused the reward he was given below:
Facebook’s user, Kofi Gbedemah, shared the story on his wall.
This dude right here is Isaac Donkor.
One of the many heroes doing an honest day’s work as a #Bolt driver.
Emphasis on ‘honest’
This past Saturday, he dropped my sisters, Jewel Akusika Sedziafa, and Linda Emefa Attianah off at Tudu at around 4AM ..
Unknown to Jewel, she had left her iPhone 11 Pro Max on the backseat of his car.
When she frantically called the phone, Isaac calmly answered the call, and assured her he would return it. …
Now here’s the catch:
He drove back to Dansoman to return the phone, and despite making that out of budget trip, brother man refused to take money for FUEL!!!
Not a reward ooooo. Nope! FUEL!! He turned down even GhC50 for that trip to return the phone that was left in his vehicle.
An iPhone 11 pro max…
You people know I don’t know iPhone inside, but me, when I hear “Pro Max” at least I know say e dey cost small . Mama Joan is Wifey Pro Max, so I know what I am talking about. Ok. ..
Every day we rant and complain about the hoodlums, the snakes, the conmen, hooligans and ruffians who have inundated our once upon a time tranquil country, Ghana ..
It is only appropriate we celebrate those who insist on maintaining that enviable description of Ghana we used to have.
Isaac, may you remain blessed for all time, and you certainly shall, because karma isn’t always a bitch.
She can also be a very warm, voluptuous and generous benefactor as well..
Well done, sah.