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Federal College of Education Kotongora students return N2.5m they found by the roadside
Two 300-level Social Studies Education students of the Federal College of Education Kotongora which is affiliated to Ahmadu Bello University (ABU), have been praised for returning a missing N2.5million they found by the roadside to its rightful owner.
The money Ahmed Usman Busa and Ahmed Suleiman returned were allegedly lost by a senior lecturer of the institution Mallam Muhammad Kudu Ibrahim, and reportedly belongs to Thrift Association Mall which he heads.
The bag containing the money was spotted by the students on their way out of the school, and they took it to the school’s security office where they dropped their phone numbers. They met the happy lecturer the next day who thanked them for the selfless act.
Huzaifa Abdulhameed wrote;
This are the two guys who pick 2.5 million and returned it to the rightful owner.
They are student of A.B.U Zaria affiliated to FCE kontagora. Here is their name Ahmed Usman Busa and Suleiman Ahmed.
May Allah reward them for there good doing.