Many people around the world are living a harsh economic life due to the spread of covid 19 that has distributed all sectors of income generated activities around the globe. Many people are unable to live a decent life due to lack of jobs hence face more challenges in feeding their families.
According to the news report that has been shared by Tuko on their Facebook page, that bodaboda operator by the name Emmanuel found that big cash wrapped in a nylon paper besides the road. He took that money and gave it to his aunt to keep it safe.
After few days he heard a breaking news concerning that lost cash whereby the owner appealed through radio station and promised to gift anyone who have found that cash. Emmanuel returned that cash to police station and that Woman gifted him a half a million for his honesty.
Emmanuel that amazing news of his honesty went viral and the head of state was touched by his act and invited him at his palace.
Kenyans on social media have sparked mixed reactions concerning that incident whereby some people have congratulated that young man for his honesty and have urged him to continue with that same spirit.
Some section of Kenyans have criticized him for not using that opportunity wisely because according to them, that's just a blessings from God. Here are some of the reactions among Kenyans netizens,
What's your opinion concerning that act by Emmanuel?.
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