Yaounde shuts down internet and telephone services in Anglophone Cameroon 1

Cameroon Concord News has been informed that internet and telephone services in British Southern Cameroons have all been disconnected. The decision is in line with the Yaounde regime’s attempt at stifling the Anglophone uprising.

The situation has become more intractable following the arrest and subsequent transfer of the leaders of the Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium from Buea to Yaounde. The West Cameroon diaspora has been called upon to provide proxy servers to the freedom fighters back home.

By Sama Ernest in Buea