Cameroon internet shutdowns cost Anglophones millions

For people in the English speaking parts of Cameroon, free speech on the internet has become all but impossible.

Authorities in the country’s Anglophone region have blocked access to social media and messaging apps for almost four months in an ongoing attempt to quell criticism aimed against the government.

It is the second internet shutdown within a year in the West African nation.

“Cameroonians have come to expect internet restrictions when they voice their dissent against the government; they have accepted this has become a way of life,” Judith Nwana, a US-based

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