President Weah Honors Tenager Emmanuel Tuloe Who Returned US 50K

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Liberian President George Weah said “This letter is a commitment from me for your education up to Master’s level, even if I am out of office, use this letter against me if I fail to pay your school fees”, in making commitment to his promised made to Emmanuel Tuloe.

Emmanuel Tuloe also received an envelope of two  keys of two brand new TVS Star motorcycles with a check of $10, 000 United States dollars.

Emmanuel Tuloe is the teen motorcyclist who found a bag containing $50, 000 USD and returned the money to its rightful owner after hearing hearing her cry on a community radio station appealing to everyone to get back her missing money.

It is recalled that Eighteen-year-Old Emmanuel lost his father at the age of four. He’s being raised by his late Father’s niece Jestina who is a farmer.

Emmanuel Tuloe who dropout of school at seven grade level will now have the opportunity to go any school up to undergraduate and graduate levels.
According to his parents,  Emmanuel dropped out of school because they could not afford his school fees and their own kids.

The parents also added that Emmanuel was  given a motorbike to ride in order to  buttress his family’s earnings at the age of 15.

The motorcycle Emmanuel rode till the time he found the money was not his, he was on a “Work and Pay” speed.

The challenges the teen has faced in his 18 years on earth did not make him compromise his integrity.

He says, he has received lots of criticisms from people, including his peers for returning the money. But according to him, he feels happy over his action because the money was not his.

Finding people of such honesty is a major challenge in Liberia. Emmanuel Tuloe is not just a Hero but an Asset to our dear Country.

from the president an envelope containing keys of two brand new TVS Star motorcycles and $10, 000 United States dollars.

Emmanuel Tuloe is the teen motorcyclist who found a bag containing $50, 000 USD and returned the money to its owner after hearing her on a community radio station appealing to anyone in possession of the money to return it to her.

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Eighteen-year-Old Emmanuel lost his father at the age of four. He’s being raised by his late Father’s niece Jestina who is a farmer.

Emmanuel Tuloe is a seven grade dropout.
Jestina says Emmanuel dropped out of school because she could not afford his school fees and that of her own children. To buttress his family’s earnings, he started riding bike at age 15.

The motorcycle Emmanuel rode till the time he found the money was not his, he was on a “Work and Pay” speed.

The challenges the teen has faced in his 18 years on earth did not make him compromise his integrity.

He says, he has received lots of criticisms from people, including his peers for returning the money. But according to him, he feels happy over his action because the money was not his.

Finding people of such honesty is a major challenge in Liberia. Emmanuel Tuloe is not just a Hero but an Asset to our dear Country.

Credit: Rita Jlogbe of VOA Africa Correspondent