Monday, 6 March 2017

How Is Cameroon Coping With Internet Blackout?

The internet blockade in English-speaking regions of Cameroon enters its seventh week. The shutdown was imposed by the government after protests opposing plans to prioritise the use of the French language over English in courts and schools. People from the Anglophone regions say they are treated as second-class citizens by the francophone-dominated government. The BBC's Randy Joe Sa'ah reports.
How Is Cameroon Coping With Internet Blackout?


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