KUALA LUMPUR: Honesty pays and Naza World Group of Companies has awarded Zamrod Adam for his honesty by providing his children with education subsidies.
The story of Zamrod’s honesty went viral on social media after he personally returned a purse belonging to Penang Women’s Development Corp CEO Ong Bee Leng, when she accidentally left it in Zamrod's taxi.
Zamrod's action portrays a good image that the country needs in order to promote good social responsibility among Malaysians, said a statement from Naza World.
At the same time, Zamrod has also helped improve the image of local taxi drivers who have been under fire for many years.
"It is the responsibility of all individuals to return the belongings of others and that should be everyone’s moral and primary principle”, said Zamrod.
Naza World will sponsor two of his four children, namely Athirah Zamrod, 21 years old, who is still studying in Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Sarawak and Muhammad Zain Zamrod, 17 years old, who is waiting for his SPM results.
The two children will receive RM500 each month from Naza World for the next three years.