A Nigerian man has narrated his experience on social media about a tricycle driver he met in Lagos.
@Trafels revealed how the man kept rushing to reach his destination because he wanted to go to the mosque for the usual Friday prayers only for him to change his mind when he saw passengers waiting to be conveyed.
He claimed he was shocked that after he preached to the man and he assured him he was going to pray, he still turned to go pick the passengers he said he wasn't going to.
In his words;
"Lunch hour yesterday, I took a Keke napep to get to Awolowo road. I was the only one in it and the driver was feeling chatty. He told me he was heading to the mosque for prayers but he decided to pick me since it was the same route.
At Keffi, he noticed some passengers and..
"I knew he was thinking of doing a return trip real quick, so I decided to preach. I told him to go for prayers since that was the initial plan, there will always be passengers when he's done and it's not going to take much of his time anyways.
Dude laughed and commended me saying "Oga, you be good man. For this country, everybody don chase money forget God, I go do wetin you talk". I felt good & told him to keep the change.
Soon as I alighted, man did a u-turn and rushed back the way we came to pick the passengers.
I just stood there like"
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