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Many in the Anglophone Regions of Cameroon have confirmed that internet service is back in the Regions and activities that were internet-dependent are regaining steam.

Many in the Anglophone Regions of Cameroon have confirmed that internet service is back in the Regions and activities that were internet-dependent are regaining steam.

North West and South West Regions are now reconnected to the rest of the Regions and to the world as a whole after several months of being deprived from one of their fundemental rights by the Cameroon Government.

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Internet service is back and the population is glad to pick up from where they stopped when the internet service was taken away from them. The joy and satisfaction of having back internet service spans from students, lecturers, businessmen, Organisations and even housewives.

“I can now carry on with my research and conveniently do my assignments. I must confess, it has really been a period of “darkness”, a final year student in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication in the University of Buea told Cameroon News Today-CNT.

It is a similar feeling shared by a cyber cafe operator in Limbe: “I really couldn’t meet up with my needs during this period of internet knock out. But thanks to God who touched the Government’s heart and they it brought back. I can now begin from where I stopped”, he expressed.

This same feeling has been expressed by many.

Looking at why internet service was cut off in the Anglophone Regions, it could be said that the Government strategy employed was a failure, as it has not served its purpose, thus, a poorly conceived strategy.

This excitement and relief that have been expressed with the coming back of internet service go to establish the importance of the internet in the contemporary age and it also sends across a subtle message to the powers that be the internet is part of today’s man day-to-day life and should not been tempered with for any reason.

It is worth recalling that during the period of internet seizure, this portion of the Cameroonian population found solace in the Virtual Private Network (VPN) and a limited few were able to get along with the normal internet service.


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