Kenyans have been left reacting after a man picked a phone in a bus he had boarded, presented it to a police station and is now calling upon anyone who knows the owner to inform him or her to pick it.
Devybez Martin shared photos of the phone on day. He captioned his post "Good morning. I happened to have picked a phone TECNO CAMON belonging to someone whom we boarded with Kenya Mpya buses headed to Makongeni on Friday at around 9pm. The owner seemed to have alighted before BAT.
If you know anyone who happen to stay around Makongeni please inform him or her to collect the phone at Makongeni Police station.
The owner will need to unlock the phone in presence of the police officer to approve ownership.
Attached is the photo of the OB and the phone."
Screenshot of Martin's post on Facebook
Details of the phone
Kenyans have reacted to this information claiming that indeed good people still exist. They also advised Martin to keep the phone and wait until anyone calls it then he meets the owner. Morever, some shared experiences of how they experienced such humane acts after losing their properties.
Screenshots of Comments
What is your view concerning Martin's act? Have you ever met such people? Feel free to drop your comment.
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