[AFRI-Discuss] WHAT A YEAR!!

Seun Ojedeji seun.ojedeji at gmail.com
Wed Dec 23 22:54:46 UTC 2020

Dear Colleagues,

This is probably one of the most challenging year for us all, due to the
impact of covid-19, some of us may have lost our jobs, while others may
have lost loved ones, we've all be impacted one way or the other.

However without prejudice to the departed, it's good that we made it thus. I
was reflecting on this year and came to the conclusion that it's the best
year for the internet; lots more innovative use of the internet has emerged
and while this is good news for internet growth, it also imply a call to
more work and by extension to us as the home of internet end users within

The second/third wave of the pandemic and the emergence of various strains
of the virus brings me to encourage us all that we keep faith steadfast
hoping that current emerging technologies will be able to catch-up by God's
grace. The good thing is that we now have an idea of what 2021 will look
like unlike 2020 which caught the world by surprise.

Our final newsletter for the year will be published sometime in January
2021 and I highlighted what our 2021 activities will look like, as we shall
be putting more efforts towards implementation of our fy21 outreach and
engagement strategy.

I urge us to continue to stay safe and put our health and that of our loved
ones first during this holiday, and for those that celebrate Christmas/New
year let us try to ensure to observe all necessary preventive measures and
I trust that we will come out of this stronger.

On behalf of the AFRALO leadership, here is to wish us all happy holiday
and look forward to welcoming one another to a new year!

Merry Christmas to our colleagues that celebrate that as well.

Seun Ojedeji - AFRALO Chair
Sent from my mobile
Kindly excuse brevity and typos
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