Eko hotel worker who returned $70,000 gets free Canada PR

The Eko hotel staff who who returned $70,000 back to a customer that forgot it in a suite, has revealed that she got free Canada PR.

Kekwaaru Ngozi Mary, a customer care officer made this known during the NSSPPD service which aired during the testimony segment on Tuesday morning.

The young lady testified to divine turnaround after she had joined the prayer platform. She narrated how her family went from facing stagnation to doing well, while her brother who graduated with a first class now has a job as a lecturer in the University of Port Harcourt.

Mary then told her own story of how she made the headlines for returning the lost $70,000 to the owner. After this, she began to get recognised.

She said; “My other testimony is in God’s favour and lifting. The second week of July 2023, Pastor made a declaration on the altar of fire, he said ‘There’s someone here at your office a minute thing will happen, but it will blow you up to the world and I said Amen’.”

While recounting when she saw the money in the safe, she said the first thought that came to her head was; “What will Jesus do? Jesus will not take what does not belong to him” and in that moment, I took the phone in the room and called my office”.

She continued to explain the journey since the incident; “An International Organisation called me since they know I speak French, they called me, they want to do Canada PR for me for free.”

Meanwhile in related news…

Presidential candidate of Labour Party, Peter Obi recently commended Ngozi Mary, for returning the $70,000 to its rightful owner.

He took to his Twitter account and made a case for the woman to be celebrated by government, saying she deserves a national honour and recognition.

The former Anambra State governor said it was heartwarming and reassuring that Mary returned the money to its owner despite the hardship and the prevailing moral decadence in the nation.

According to Obi, it is people like Mary that deserve a national award instead of celebrating those who have impacted negatively on the nation.

He wrote; “It is heartwarming and reassuring that despite the hardship in the country and the prevailing moral decadence in society, a staff of Eko Hotel and Suites, Kekwaaru Ngozi Mary, was reported to have returned a misplaced sum of $70,000 to a customer of the hotel in Lagos.

“When will Nigeria start celebrating the likes of Miss Ngozi Mary for her honesty and integrity, Teacher Akeem Badru, for winning the 2023 Cambridge Dedicated Teacher Award, and many others like them?

“These are the people who deserve to be given national honours and awards and recognition, instead of celebrating those who have impacted our nation negatively. In the New Nigeria that we desire, these are the kind of people that will be celebrated. A New Nigeria is POssible.”