62 Days Without Internet In Southern Cameroon - See The Abominable Thing Minister Minette Libom Li Likeng Said

62 Days Without Internet In Southern Cameroon -  See The Abominable Thing Minister Minette Libom Li Likeng Said 62 days gone and ...

62 Days Without Internet In Southern Cameroon -  See The Abominable Thing Minister Minette Libom Li Likeng Said

62 days gone and still counting, and the people of the North West and South West Regions of  Cameroon are still suffering from deprivation of data services and the internet in particular. 

For the first time, except the daily usual  blabblings and twaddlings of government's 'noise maker' Issa Tchiroma, the regime through the Minister of Post and Telecommunication Minette Libom Li Likeng has said something meaningful. 

Mnister Libom in an interview on the outage of internet in the anglophone regions during the just ended Cameroon Business Forum, acknowledged that the 'expansion of the digital economy widely propagated by President  Paul Biya cannot happen without internet'. However, she implored users from the English regions to remain 'PATIENT', until complete calm returns.

"The Head of State has made enough reminders. The entire government has mobilized to implement the expansion of the digital economy. And it cannot be done without internet. I think he explained to Cameroonians in his end of year speech that there are some unpleasant situations where certain decisions are taken, and I think  everything is being put in place so that calm returns, so that the Internet be available everywhere. It's just a matter of 'PATIENCE' and every one will be involved". Minister Libom declared.

Meanwhile an NGO called 'Internet Without Borders' on February 17th 2017, estimated a loss of about 832 Million F CFA monthly, to Economic Operators in the dark regions, while Telecommunication operators are sailing through Billions of F CFA losses.


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