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Sudan internet blackout ends for some parts of country

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After a week of being cut off from the internet, some regions in Sudan are finally back online. However, the blackout still persists in many other areas of the country. This comes as a relief to many residents who were unable to access crucial online services during this period.

The internet blackout was enforced by the Sudanese government in the wake of widespread protests and civil unrest. The move was widely condemned by human rights organizations and drew criticism from the international community. Many people in the affected regions were unable to communicate with their loved ones or access vital information, causing significant disruption to their daily lives.

Although some parts of the country have regained access to the internet, the situation remains dire for those who are still unable to connect. The internet blackout has had a severe impact on the economy, education, and healthcare, among other sectors.

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It is crucial for the Sudanese government to restore full internet access to all parts of the country as soon as possible, in order to alleviate the hardships faced by its citizens. The ongoing blackout not only infringes on the fundamental rights of the people but also hinders the nation’s overall progress and development.

As the situation continues to unfold, it is imperative for the government to prioritize the restoration of internet services to all affected regions. The people of Sudan deserve to have uninterrupted access to the internet, and it is essential for the authorities to recognize and respect this basic right.

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David Mawuli
David Mawulihttps://ighanaian.com/author/dm
I'm David Mawuli, a Ghanaian journalist, blogger, and founder and Chief Editor of iGhanaian.com.
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