And the good shall get their reward! Sadly, even though she has never been rewarded, an honest airport cleaner working at the Murtala Muhammed International airport, who has returned lost cash on 4 different occasions. The woman made the revelation in an interview with legit.ng.
In the video, she said she has returned a huge amount of money ranging from N7million to N10million to security agencies at the airport. She also said nobody in the country has ever done that before, but it is quite painful to her that she was never rewarded in any of the 4 occasions.
Neither the airport authorities nor the government has even commended her for her honesty. She said if it were to be in other countries, she would have become an Ambassador preaching honesty to the youths.
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“I’ve returned money 3 times. I’m a cleaner working at MMIA. I’ve returned N12m, N10m, N8m, N7m. In other countries, I will have been an ambassador talking to the youths about the importance of honesty. But today, nobody remembers me.” Via Legit.NG
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On the flip side, a slay queen was caught at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, on the 22nd of February, in connection with drug smuggling. This is the moment a slay mama was allegedly nabbed with drugs, yesterday, at the Lagos airport. From the video which was seen by Instablog9ja, the lady was cuffed at the legs which made walking a bit difficult for her while she pushed her luggage along.
One of the actual threats to the nation’s and human security is the alarming rate of illicit drug trafficking (IDT). The menace of illicit drug trafficking poses heinous threats to human lives, national development and security. Most of the Nigerian borders are porous, therefore, giving room for easy influx, movement and exit of drugs. However, the failing economy, insecurity, high rate of graduate unemployment, poverty, failure of a government to provide basic necessities of life, high level of corruption and get-rich-quickly syndrome among the youths in Nigeria, constitute the various banes behind the practice of illicit drug trafficking in the state.
The Nigeria Drug Law Enforcement Agency reported that large amounts of cocaine smuggled from South America into Europe and North America passes through Nigeria. The most widely abused and locally trafficked illicit drug in Nigeria and indeed West Africa is cannabis, in its herbal form because it is quite affordable and readily available due to the fact that it is cultivated and produced locally. Illicit drugs are usually smuggled across the nation’s land, air and seaports. Those smuggled by air are usually wrapped in protective film and swallowed, to be excreted at the destination of the trafficker or are tucked away in the smugglers’ luggage.
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