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Lagos airport cabbie returns missing jewelry, $20,000, to owner

A bus driver attached to the Murtala Muhammed Airport Terminal Two (MMA2), Lagos has returned a large sum of money and valuables worth over $20,000 to the owner.

The valuables were left behind by a passenger on his way to board an Arik flight to Port Harcourt on Tuesday.

Contained in the recovered bag were the sum of $20,000, nine wristwatches in black and yellow pouches, a bead in a yellow bag, one eyeglass in a yellow bag, pieces of jewelry in two golden purses, four bank cheques, eye drop, envelopes of different sizes, a pack of business cards, an identification card and a Samsung Note 20 Ultra.

“The items were kept in security custody by Adelakun as instructed by AVSEC Manager, Okeowo Olatunbosun and confirmed by Gbadamosi Olasunkanmi,” Group Corporate Affairs Manager of Bi-Courtney Aviation Services Limited (BASL), operators of the Terminal, Mikail Mumuni, said.

He added that the owner was contacted by the security supervisor on the instruction of the AVSEC Manager based on the phone number on the business card.

“The owner of the bag initiated a video conversation with Adelakun affirming the identity of the protocol officer and thanked the management and staff of MMA2 for the honesty and professionalism displayed by them.”

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