St. John’s woman found Leonard Mawora’s papers in a bag she bought for her mother

Leonard Mawora made a public plea for help to find his passport after he accidentally left her bag back to the store in St John. On Saturday night, which helps arrive.

After realizing where it was lost, Memorial University business student from Zimbabwe finds on the award that someone else had bought her bag back. He made a public plea for help, asking people to examine a newly purchased bag of store Stavanger Drive.

“I’m in a tight spot, because the passport of my study permit, no visa U.K. me, my Canadian visa,” said Mawora Tuesday. “So I’m stuck, I can not even go anywhere.”

Requests answered late Saturday night. April Day St. John wrapping a Christmas present when he found Mawora passport in the bag she bought for her mother. Day posted his findings on Facebook.

“Omg, I started crying and shaking seek Leonard numbers to share the good news! A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE!” he wrote.

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Maworatold that before he got the good news, she bought some groceries, after accepting the fact that, without a passport, he will not be coming home for Christmas.

“As soon as I sat down, then I got a call from him, saying, like, ‘I have a passport,'” he told CBC News. “I just do not believe it at first. It took some time. … At least now I can go see my family. I am very happy.”

There is good news for Mawora: Today has invited him for Christmas dinner – and has offered to pay for his ticket home.

“I’m just very happy and pleased that I can really help the Leonard home to their families,” he said.

Mawora and Day met Sunday at home Day, in which he gives back the passport he feared lost forever.

“I never thought I would even look at these documents,” he said before the two embraced.

While Day said he regretted not seeing the fast bag – she said she had heard about the fate of this Mawora but do not know the details of the bag – Mawora said he was just glad he found it. With a bag which is intended as a Christmas gift, it could have been even then passport was found.

“If other people, maybe they will not be given to me,” he said. “Or maybe if it was someone else, maybe they will think, ‘OK, I’m going to open this bag may be in January.'”

Mawora said he was touched by the outpouring of support he received after asking for help.

“You have people from Winnipeg, people who do not even know you. As such, they call for supporting me, even when I thought to give up,” he said. “They said, ‘Just keep fighting, things will be looking for.'”

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