A security man simply identified as Ibrahim, working with the United Bank for Africa, UBA has been showered with huge gifts following his act to return $10,000 he found to the owner.
At a time when the economic situation is Nigeria seem to be crushing the resolve of many to upright, the security man with UBA has shown great courage and integrity, an act which has brought him great fortune.
Nana Udom, an Instagram user has shared the story of the security man who showed integrity by returning a lost $10,000 to its owner.
Governor of Bauchi state Mohammed Abubakar announced a personal donation of $5,000 to Ibrahim who returned a customer's $10,000 he found.
Adamawa governor, Bindow Jibrilla upped the ante when he said whatever Bauchi does will be outdone by Adamawa and went on to donate $10,000 cash to be given to the beneficiary this Monday.
Deputy Senate President, Ike Ekweremadu, who declared that he will mention the exemplary deed of Ibrahim on the floor of the senate on Tuesday committed the senate to a donation of five million Naira to the security man.
Both the chairman of the UBA, Tony Elumelu and the bank's GMD, Kennedy Uzoka, praised Ibrahim for what he did and said his is the true spirit of Nigeria and not the contrary narrative often told of Nigerians and criminality.
The hundreds of people gathered at the UBA CEO Award 2017 at the Eko Hotels and Suites in Lagos gave a standing ovation to the outstanding security man who returned an amount that was more than his annual salary and is now getting rewarded.