Man returns N2.5m mistakenly paid into his account

A Nigerian man identified as Julius Eze on Facebook has gone viral after he 2.5 million naira that was mistakenly paid into his bank account.

Eze revealed that he got a total credit alert of 2.5 million Naira on Friday Evening, July 9th and Saturday, July 10th.

After he realized that the money was sent to the wrong account number, he tracked the owner and transferred the money back to the owner.

Sharing screenshots of his bank transactions and the entrepreneur stated he couldn’t keep the money because a good name is better than ill-gotten wealth.

“As at 01:05pm! Transition done. I feel emotional right now .There are decisions you take that attract extra measure!

It takes faithfulness and integrity to do this. I’m super proud of myself and the family I came from!

Good name is better than ill gotten wealth. You decides what to do but you don’t decide the consequences! Be you!!!



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