Internet users in Cameroon have once again taken to the streets urging their government to restore internet connectivity in English-speaking regions
English-speaking Cameroon remains in upheaval as regional leaders are set to go on trial on Thursday accused of calling for secession.
It's been exactly 50 days since Cameroonian authorities imposed an internet blackout on Anglophone regions in the majority French-speaking nation
Social media is increasingly becoming a rallying point for those who want a change at the helm of the state.
Cameroonian citizens are furious that president Paul Biya, who has been out of the country since the summer, has not returned home.
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