Man Who Found, Returned Missing N100m Gets Hajj Slot, Cash, Bus

Salihu AbdulHadi Kankia, a dedicated member of the First Aid Group of Jama’atu Izalatil Bid’ah Wa Iqamatus Sunnah (JIBWIS), received overwhelming rewards for his remarkable act of honesty in returning a lost bag containing over N100 million.

The accolades poured in during the closing ceremony for Islamic scholars presenting this year’s Ramadan Tafsir in Bauchi. Engr Mustapha Imam Sitti, National Director of the First Aid Group, praised Kankia for his integrity.

The Bauchi State branch of JIBWIS shared the inspiring story on its Facebook page, saying “Kankia found a bag containing a large sum of money, exceeding one hundred million naira.

“Instead of keeping it for himself, he rushed to the police station and reported his discovery, the police successfully located the owner, who upon verifying the contents, confirmed nothing was missing.”

The post added that “Kankia’s honesty didn’t go unnoticed, The Izala group honored him with an award and sponsored his Hajj pilgrimage this year.

In recognition of his honesty, the Izala group honored Kankia with an award and sponsored his upcoming Hajj pilgrimage.

Furthermore, Hon. Abdulmalik Zannan Bangudu from the Zamfara State Assembly generously gifted him two million naira.

Governor Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed of Bauchi State also joined in acknowledging Kankia’s virtue by presenting him with a bus to support his new business venture.