Photo Credit: Cameroon Info Net.
Photo Credit: Cameroon Info Net.
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Early this year in January, the government of Cameroon shut down internet services in the North West and South West regions of the country, especially in the restive English-speaking regions for now close to three months.

Protest to restore the internet have been going with the Hastag #BringBackOurInternet – till today, and internet hasn’t yet been restored.

According to reports by Cameroon website, President Paul Biya has ordered the Minister of Posts and Telecommunications; Issa Tchiroma Bakary to order Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to re-establish internet connection to these regions.

The announcement reportedly came via a press release from the communication ministry.