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Honesty: Would You Return 95 Million Naira Just Like That?

Is this man the most honest Nigerian?

Please read this link: http://odili.net/news/source/2006/mar/12/810.html

Can you do this?

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Being a good samaritan is helping pple who r in need real urgencies just like the actual good samaritan story. The guy should have been a good samaritan 2 himself first becos he his d one that has the urgency. Abi na slowpoke

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The man must b an illiterate who doesn't know the green notes are money must b thinking its pool papers. And by the time he returned it and some Naira notes were given to him, he would know illiteracy is a disease.

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if one picks someone"s money and decides to use it rather than return it to the owner, he has already signed for hell because he is a thief, a robber. it doesn't mather how much is involved. if I see such money I will return it to the owner. Its not by my power but by the power of God whom without, I can't do it. This is not the first time am returning things to the owners. A minute in hell and u ll forget your millions of naira enjoyment while on earth. let's not be placing so much importance to material wealth over Gods principle. Pastors in most churches are not helping matters too. Their preaching is always money money money.

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the guy is fuQin insane !!!!

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OH MY GOD@PAPERMOON you are one funny girl.i coudnt resist reading some of your posts.i like that word kiss my left Tip.as for me i wont lie,i would return the money(for where??)as IBB said it depends on the spirit that posses me at the point in time.

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the man had no choice. his mind could not concieve of keeping this discovery to himself. The minute he tried to spend it, he would be arrested as a thief. He may not be a good person. He may not even be a smart person. Just a pragmatic one.

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I am not sweating.

Do you also know the man, as to conclude irrationally that he just lost his once-in-a-lifetime chance?

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9 Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal:

20 But lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and where thieves do not break through nor steal:

21 For where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. Matt 6:19-21

Can N95 million cure you if you have cancer? Can it take away AIDS? Can it give you a peaceful and happy marriage? Or if all your children were on the Chachangi plane that crashed in PH, can N95 million bring them back?

It's just money. It's not worth losing eternity over. Good for him!

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I like the guy's courage but i am not happy with the "naira gifts" the Ivorian Army .

Definitely the money was not transfered legally to Nigeria, if i am in the Army's position, i will definitely give him minimum of $5000.

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*shakes his head*

This IS sad. (I'm referring to those saying they wouldn't return the money).

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It is disheartening that some people have the audacity to call this man a fool for doing what is right. The real criminals are those who find money that does not belong to them and refuse to hand it over to the owner. Whether or not you believe in God, that is the right thing to do.

The average European would return the money because he/she simply cannot bank the money. His/her bank would demand to know how he or she made the money.

Even here in Nigeria, if this man were to take the Naira equivalent of $700,000 to his bank, the bank would need to know how he made the money. Before you know it, the police would come into the equation and the man could be jailed.

Some of us are so shortsighted in the way we think—calling the $700,000 a gift from God. What a shame! Shame on those of you who called the man a fool! Shame on you people!

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No,

"He just dipped a hand into his bag and brought out some Naira notes and handed over to me without counting them”,

dollar for naira smart man

i would take 5million give him the rest jare

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didn't read the story but I hope this man is taking care of his family and all their needs! if not, and he land for house dey yearn how he found that kind of money and returned it, his Bottom will be kicked!

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I want to say I command the man if this story is in deed true. There is no way in hell you can fit $700.000 US Dollars in one pocket of a suit or what ever, to carry that amount of money you need a brief case, so even if the denomination is in $100. This man is brave for returning the money, as I can attest to the statement, there are still good Nigerians out there. I left a very expensive digital camera at a barber saloon, and went back the next day and it was handed over to me in tact in Abuja, so I'm proud to say we still have good Nigerians among us. and for the people that are calling this man a fool, are this the same people that are saying the government is corrupt?

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bros na so he thing pain u reach

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Destiny threw wealth on the laps of this man and he refused to get rich. He shall remain poor for ever because he has just lost his once-in-a-lifetime chance.

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The owner of the money was so happy that he dipped his hands into the wad of dollar notes ($700,000) and scooped some into the hands of this good samaritan.

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he is the best fool on earth but God will bless him sha. even if he is a religious person that fears God he can still keep 1 million of it and return the rest. God will also understand that's his gain for giving the money back. i bet his wife and other worker will feel like killing him.

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abegi, for what now why would i get that kind of opportunity and not use it well opportunity comes but once do u know what that kind of money would do in my life,God sef go understand,

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