Monday, 16 January 2017

MTN fears threats from Southern Cameroonians and explains its involvement in MINPOSTEL's Law suit THREATS to its clients

Telecommunication operators in Cameroon have been supporting the government in virtually threatening subscribers with law suits should they indulge in the publication of what they call "Fake Information" over social media.

Their decision to merge with the government to combat Social media in Cameroon which Cavaye Yeguie Djibril once described as  "dangerous as a missile launched from no where" and where he proposed in his words that "It is time to organise the hunt and get rid of the traitors of the cyberspace has been widely criticized by subscribers, who are the major consumers of their services.

African's telecommunication giant leading the Cameroonian market MTN, through its CEO Phillisiwe Sibiya has taken to its defense to avoid the people's boiling anger, explaining though not clearly, that the Ministry of Post and Telecommunication(probably under the instructions of the Communication gangster Issa Tchiroma), is using their License contract to put a knife to their throats, so that they vomit whatever they are ordered to vomit to their clients.

However, to come out clean from further accusations, Phillisiwe assured Cameroonians of the North and South West Regions especially, that MTN remain committed to providing their usual quality services to them(hoping that the December 8 - 11 mysterious network outage would not repeat it self).

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