Cameroon to Track Down on Social Media activists in Foreign Countries

Issa Bakary Tchiroma


Cameroonian authorities who have a reputation for being hostile to social networks, want to track down on cyber activists, even in foreign countries.

Issa Tchiroma, the Minister of Communication and government spokesman, announced during a press conference with journalist last week end in Yaounde

Referring to the Anglophone claims and protests that have shaken the country in recent days, gathered that the government spokesman, warned users of social networks.

“To those who have taken the advantages of communication offered by social media to misinform public opinion, distort the facts and incite hatred, disorder and violence, the government sends a sharp warning , namely that the state will do everything on its own and with the assistance of its friendly countries to track down, flush them, arrest them and send them to our courts, “said Issa Tchiroma Bakary.

The Minister of Communication, also called on the Cameroonian youth not to be manipulated by the social networks, “I also like, on behalf of the government, call our young compatriots, not to fall prey to the illusions and to be more vigilance and alert, so as not to let themselves drawn into these pathways.”

Protesters from the English-speaking part of the country, are accused of being manipulated by the Cameroonian Diaspora and  activists on social networks.

Paul Atanga Nji, chairman of the National Security Council has clearly accused the diaspora of supporting financially the Anglophone claims.
By Elad Pride

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