4years after, Lagos Airport cleaner Receives President handshake, more Awards and House Gift
Honesty has rewarded Mrs Josephine Ugwu more than she can ever hope for. Four years after her display of honesty on duty returning $12,200 of a passenger found in one of the toilets at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, the Nigerian Government, on Tuesday, rewarded a cleaner, Mrs. Josephine Ugwu, with an apartment and an award for her honesty.
Mrs Ugwu, a staff of a cleaning company at the Lagos Airport, in 2015 found $12,200, which a passenger forgot inside a toilet in the facility and returned it to security officials at the airport.
About two years ago, the Lagos State House of Assembly recognized her with an award and gifts, while several other organizations also applauded her honesty.
The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria offered her a job in one of its departments, Aviation Security.
On Tuesday in Abuja, Ugwu had a handshake with President Muhammadu Buhari where she received an award.
A statement by the General Manager, Corporate Communications, FAAN, Mrs Henrietta Yakubu, said, “Ugwu was subsequently given automatic employment by the authority in recognition of her honesty and exemplary conducts.
“She was given a brand new apartment in Lagos for her act of honesty and integrity.”
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