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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Vietnamese national thankful to Baguio taxi driver for the return of her jewelry worth Php200,000

Photo Courtesy || Thuy Diem Vo
Cordillera - A Vietnamese national who came to Baguio city to conduct a livelihood seminar on jewelry and bonsai making felt elated after recovering her lost jewelries worth  $4,200
Thuy Diem Vo expressed her appreciation and gratitude to all her Filipino friends and the Baguio police who helped her find the taxi where she left her bag containing the jewelries.

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"Tears of happiness my sisters and I felt when I found something lost in the Philippines," Thuy said. 

"Thank you Lord for hearing the prayer of my sisters. Thank you Baguio city police. Thank your for the kind taxi driver," she added.

Francisco Jeyson was the driver of the Gentle Breeze taxi where the Vietnamese left her valuable stuff.

On Tueday, Jeyson received a commendation from the city council for his selfless act of returning the lost items left in his cab, according to Sunstar. 

A resolution passed by councilor Arthur Alad-iw, recognized Jeyson for his good deed that is worthy of praise and deserves commendation from the city of Baguio.

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"The heroism of Mr. Jeyson on his act of honesty - where his will defied greed, when his heart listened to the brain, when his sense of duty prevailed over a chance to have a property, when his integrity feel to compromise with money made with little effort - is worthy emulating by all taxi drivers as well as the constituents of Baguio," the resolution reads.
Indeed, Taxi drivers in Baguio are known to be honest and trustworthy. 

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Many visitors and tourists have witnessed the truthfulness of Baguio being the home of honest taxi drivers in the country. 

Francisco Jeyson joins the growing number of ordinary Filipinos who worked with honesty and who value integrity over money. 

Matago tago ka kailyan.

source || Thuy Diem Vu, Sunstar

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