In a press release made public today, the telecom company states that it is no longer commercially viable to resume activities in Cameroon.
It should be recalled that the Minister of Post and Telecommunications had together with the telecommunications and regulatory board of Cameroon, seized Vodafone’s license on September 14. E xplaining the suspension, the Minister had said the operator infringed the law governing operations of internet and wireless providers in Cameroon.
Since it’s September suspension, many Cameroonians who were affected by the decision had thought the company is carrying out talks towards restoring operations.
However, today’s press release signed by Antoine Pamboro, Afrimax Cameroon Executive Director, comes as a hard hit to thousands of Cameroonians. The release indicates that the company stops operations with immediate effect and commends its staff, suppliers and customers for their support and enthusiasm.
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