According to the Nigerian man, he forgot N8,000 in one of the clothes he gave out for laundry, but the laundry man returned it even when the money was twice the amount he was meant to be paid for his services.
This is Sani,  (the laundry man that found 8000 Naira in my pockets and returned it when I went to get my laundry from him. NB: my laundry was just 4000 naira!!!
Another Twitter user who confirmed the story, wrote;
This guy lives on my street *Cairo street wuse 2* and he’s always been like this! Wow!!!! Yau gashi Allah ya daukaka shi. Alhamdulillah!
There are also other reports of honest acts by some Nigerians. Few months ago, an American lawyer, Rogelio Garcia, recounted how his lost $700 was returned to him by a Nigerian Uber driver, identified as Adekunle. The lawyer made the development public via his twitter handle, @LawyerRogelio.
The lawyer stated that he had somehow dropped the money in the vehicle as he hurried to an event for his nephew. Hours later however, the Nigerian driver returned the cash to him and explained that another passenger had seen the money and handed it over. The driver stated that after they counted the money, he remembered that he had picked the lawyer up earlier; thus, he was able to trace him and return the cash.
The Lawyer wrote;
Lose $700 plus money clip in UBER this morning. I am running late for my nephew to file for the US representative spot District 29. I locate Uber 7 hrs later. Immigrant from Nigeria (Uber driver) returns my lost money. Who says we need to exclude immigrants?
I asked him how he found it and he said another female passenger got in his car after me and handed (found $ in back seat))the money to him. They both counted it and he remembered the man with a distinctive cowboy hat.