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Not All Nigerians Are Thieves – PhD Scholar Who Returned Lacking Money In Japan

Contrarily to in style beliefs that majority of Nigerians are criminals, Nigerian Ph.D pupil in Japan, Ikenna Nweke, has modified the narrative, when he selected to return a pockets he discovered, which contained big sum of money.

Nweke was mentioned to have discovered the pockets on his method house in Japan on June 19.

Extra fascinating to the Japanese police was the truth that he not solely returned the pockets, however he additionally refused to gather a share of the cash that he’s entitled to by regulation.

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The Japanese police counseled Nweke for his honesty.

Reacting, Nweke mentioned he refused to take the cash and the proportion he was provided as a result of he’s a Christian.

He famous that Nigeria is an excellent nation, with solely few share of criminals, including that the Nation shouldn’t be judged by the few.

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Here’s a message for each Nigerian that ought to keep, defend the picture of our nation wherever we’re. Particularly these in diaspora, we’re the Nigerian individuals know. After we do one thing dangerous overseas it displays on the picture of the nation.

“This can be a message for non-Nigerians who suppose that each Nigerian is a legal. That’s not true. Nigeria is a rustic of about 200 million individuals. 2 hundred million great individuals.

There are some legal parts in Nigeria, I need to admit, and these legal parts are present in each a part of the world. These legal parts are only a tiny fraction, they don’t signify who we’re, they don’t converse for us. They aren’t a real reflection of who Nigerians are.”

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