Saturday, April 22

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*Letter from Debtor to Creditor*

by Ndidiamaka Ojiofor, PhD



Dear Sir,


I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your correspondence dated the 12th of April, 2017, by which, for the third time, you demand the repayment of the money which I owe you.

First of all, I do not dispute my debt and I intend to reimburse you as soon as possible.

However, I would like to inform you that I still have many other creditors, all equally honorable as you, and I also wish to repay them.

Therefore, I see myself obliged, every month, to proceed by drawing lots.
So I put all the names of my creditors in a hat and I pull one at random and I hasten to pay back immediately.

I hope your name will be drawn soon.


I am certain that you will be able to understand the motivation of my approach and, being convinced that you will be one of the happy winners of the draw, I hope you exercise some measure of patience on your part.

In the meantime, I extend my sincere greetings to you, and I ask that you accept, Sir, the assurance of my distinguished sentiments.

P.S.: Given the very unfriendly tone of your last letter, I wish to also inform you that you will not participate in the next 2 draws!


Again, accept my sincere greetings and do please extend my good wishes to the members of your family.

Best Regards,
Dr. N. A Ojiofor

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