In the course of our last 48 hours promo that held between Tuesday and Wednesday, something remarkable happened and I'm going to share it with you, my friends.
On Tuesday, after I announced that members can register or upgrade their accounts to the gold membership level for just N1000 instead of the usual N1600, I got an alert of N10,000 from a lady who immediately called and told me that she mistakenly sent N10,000 instead of N1000.
I asked her to send me her Bank Account details for a refund and she quickly did.
After I had sent N9,000 back to her she called me and asked me a question. This question struck me deep in the heart and really arose my emotions and awakened me to the reality of things in this country.
She called and said: "Hello, sir, please, are you a Nigerian?"
I said yes, ma. I'm a Nigerian. I'm Igbo to be precise.
She continued from the other side of the phone: "Well, thank you so much, sir. I never knew there are still trustworthy Nigerians."
On the evening of that same day, a man sent me N1000 and sent me his username for the upgrade of his account. When I tried to upgrade his account I discovered that he was already a Gold member and needs no upgrade to that level again.
I called him and explained to him that he was already operating a Gold account and needs no upgrade to that level again, so he should send me his Bank details so that I can send him his money back.
He was surprised and said, "Wow, I can't believe this is happening in Nigeria." He was very surprised that a Nigerian could be so sincere!
Lastly, yesterday, a boy who wanted to upgrade directly to the Diamond membership level mistakenly sent N30,000 to me instead of N3000. He called after a few minutes, panting, and from his voice, I could tell that he already presumed that the money would never be refunded to him.
He pleaded that I should be kind and refund just N20,000 and keep the rest.
A few minutes later after he had sent his Bank details I sent him back his N27,000. He quickly called and here is what he said:
"Hello, sir. I asked you to keep N7000 and yet you sent back all the money. I don't know how to thank you but just know that you have proven to me that not all Nigerians are bad people. May my God bless you and bless Writers Gut"
The reason why I'm telling this story is not so that you will see how sincere we run Writers Gut but to draw your attention to the bigger picture.
I have been privileged to travel to a lot of countries and I can authoritatively tell you that in the outside world, having Nigeria attached to your name brings overwhelming mistrust.
They see us as thieves, scammers, scumbags, and low life wretches worthy of no respect or trust, just as much as we see ourselves here.
Every Nigerian is afraid of every Nigerian!
We believe that we are all the same and this is the agony of those who still maintain absolute sincerity and truthfulness in their dealings with people.
THERE ARE STILL GOOD PEOPLE IN THIS COUNTRY!
No matter how bad people are in this country, there are still good people in it.
No matter how fraudulent Igbo people are, THERE ARE STILL GOOD IGBO PEOPLE!
No matter how diabolic the Yorubas are, THERE ARE STILL GOOD YORUBA PEOPLE!
No matter how violent the Housa/Fulani people are, THERE ARE STILL GOOD PEOPLE AMONG THEM!
It's time to stop being generic in the way we see people and start changing our perceptions and our cancerous orientations about others.
Let Love, Sincerity, and Truthfulness Lead!
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This is really good
That's true and always say the true all time , many people will not sent it back to her
That is really a good thing you did, because many people will not refund the money back.
That is good ...number of people won't sent it back
Wow this sound so interesting I wish our country remain like this for you to be a good example especially when it come to Igbo hmm
Nice one boss, keep the post coming...
Am happy to be on this platform WRITERsGUT, u are the best
That's really good
Nice work, I really want to make the money
That's a good courage
Thanks for the information.
My brother, you inspired many here with this testimony. What gladdens me most is your choice of words.
I love this
This is great
That's very good of you
Dear sir I want to commend your effort you never seize to amaze me