The Kano Matchmaking Marriage Association, known as Mai Dalilin Aure, has extended a generous offer of four potential brides to the tricycle rider who returned N15 million to its rightful owner, inadvertently left in his tricycle.
Auwalu Salisu (22) gained widespread acclaim when he discovered the substantial sum, which also included CFA currency, and promptly returned it to its owner, hailing from the Republic of Chad.
This act of honesty and integrity catapulted him to fame and garnered attention from government officials, various groups, and individuals, resulting in numerous gifts, including a new tricycle courtesy of a benevolent philanthropist.
As part of the outpouring of support and appreciation, the matchmaking group has pledged four women for him to choose from, selected from a pool of ten potential candidates.
Chairman of the association, Alhaji Mukhtar Inuwa Yakasai, revealed on Freedom Radio in Kano that two of the ten women are his own daughters. Yakasai emphasized that the young man’s unwavering integrity and trustworthiness were the qualities that earned him this remarkable honor.
He stated, “The young man has exemplified the noble character of our Prophet Muhammad (SAW) through his actions. His trustworthiness is beyond question, and that’s why we’ve decided to reward him with these gifts. He can select four women from the ten available, including two of my daughters.”