Daniel Mwaura, a conductor attached to Ganaki matatu Sacco recently made headlines after returning a passenger’s wallet containing Sh. 30,000.
Mwaura, who operates along the Gachie- City Centre route picked up the money on 20th April after the passenger dropped his wallet in the matatu.
Mwaura then worked with his matatu owner’s Sacco to return the money to the rightful owner, one Stanley Kaberi.
Days after his generosity made headlines, the Matter hospital offered his heavily pregnant wife free pre natal and post natal care.
Mwaura’s luck seems to be running deep after comedian Daniel ‘Churchill’ Ndambuki offered to help pay his tuition fee till he finishes his university studies.
Mwaura, who was pursuing an IT course at TUK (then Kenya Polytechnic) dropped out of the institution due to lack of fees in 2011.
“Churchill said he will pay for my studies and so I will go to TUK and check the availability of a part time IT course. I intend to register and begin studying as soon as I confirm the course’s availability,” said a visibly excited Mwaura