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Dear Read­ers,

It’s time to set the WEEKEND rolling on a beau­ti­ful note. With these thoughts, we en­sured that we get the best sto­ries from the health, en­ter­tain­ment, busi­ness and sports world to make your weekend very in­ter­est­ing.

We all love pas­tries: cakes, meat pies, burg­ers, just name it. Some­thing new has been added to the list-Shepherd’s pies, cour­tesy of Miss Hadiza Ringim the young C.E.O. of Miss R’s pies. Tar­get­ing the ‘small chops’ in­dus­try, the 23 year old re­veals how she started, and also on how do­ing some­thing dif­fer­ent from the norm could make a dif­fer­ence in the highly-com­pet­i­tive pastry mar­ket.

On the en­ter­tain­ment scene, Nige­rian artistes are warm­ing up for one of the most pres­ti­gious mu­sic awards in Africa. The MTV Africa Mu­sic Awards (MAMA) nom­i­na­tions list was re­leased dur­ing the week and it had a num­ber of Nige­ri­ans on the list. But who leads the pack? Get all the de­tails in to­day’s edi­tion.

People have dif­fer­ent ways they save their con­tacts in their phones. This week on WEEKEND VOX-POP, find out how people save their con­tacts.

Deal­ing with waste may no longer be a prob­lem in Nigeria as some young, en­ter­pris­ing Nige­ri­ans have de­vised a means of man­ag­ing them. Read the in­spir­ing story of three young Bio-chem­istry grad­u­ates who have started earn­ing a liv­ing out of waste man­age­ment.

Manch­ester United fans have fi­nally heaved a sigh of re­lief af­ter the club’s em­bat­tled man­ager David Moyes was re­lieved of his duty by club own­ers. Read what these re­ac­tions are in the sports sec­tion.

This week’s edi­tion is fresh, ed­u­cat­ing, mo­ti­vat­ing and en­ter­tain­ing. No one does it bet­ter than we do. It’s Daily Trust Weekend.

To be a part of this project, send your con­tri­bu­tions cam­pus gists and other in­ter­est­ing sto­ries to us via our mail weekend@dai­ and also on face­book

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Keep a date with us next week and have a su­perb W.E.E.K.E.N.D!!!

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