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Editor’s Note

Editor’s note

Dear Weekender readers,

I hope you are all doing well and staying as safe as you possibly can.

As the nation heals and rebuilds from the distressing month that was October, I hope you are doing well and recuperating from what was a traumatic week.

Allow me to remind you that COVID-19 is very much still around. I urge you to take care of yourself, wash your hands regularly for 20 seconds and practice physical distancing to remain COVID free. Do make sure that you are eating well and boosting your immune system with nutritious foods and vitamin C rich fruits. There is a global second wave of coronavirus and in Nigeria, current sharp increase in COVID-19 cases may suggest that a second wave may be looming. I know there is a lot going on and our attention is diverted, but it is vital that we all put our health first.

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Given the peculiar time the nation finds itself in, the past three editions of the Weekender focused solely on #endsars movement and content. This week, our lead story spotlights the way forward and you will find articles around the #endsars movement and the next steps, and a comparison between 2018 Sudan revolts and Nigeria’s most recent protests. In addition to the comprehensive news roundup, regular Weekender content is back and you will find many enjoyable articles: from Small Business Saturday, which celebrates small businesses, to a recipe, a piece on art and independence, food photography, how to build your own AI chatbox, and much more.

Thank you for reading.

Have a restful weekend and Happy November.