Ikoro Iyineleda
2 min readApr 26, 2023

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Can somebody please tell Professor Samuel A. Ilori to please let his house-boys stop plundering me of my property. Let the professor tell his house-boys to stop stealing my food and my clothes, and to stop using my laptop.

I work hard for the little I have, that’s what the imbeciles don’t know. They keep on thinking that because I still live in my father’s house at my age, then I must be an over-privileged person. I believe that they lack brains, or they simply envy the little that I have — despite the fact that they’ve stolen hard enough to have more. Professor Ilori should please let his house-boys and goons know that I cannot afford to feed their mouths also — and therefore they should stop stealing my food, I cannot afford to cloth them also — and therefore they should stop stealing my clothes, and at their age and with all they’ve stolen they’re definitely not underprivileged — and therefore they should stop envying the little that I have.

Thank you, Professor Ilori. I know you once had a good name, as one of the University of Ibadan’s foremost mathematicians; but if you keep on associating with those goons of yours that I know as your house-boys, then I am afraid that I am most obliged to destroy your name for you.

— Ikoro Iyineleda; 26th of April, 2023.

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Ikoro Iyineleda

writer, intellectual, chartered accountant - in view, consultant psychiatrist - in view, professor in Psychiatry - in the making.