22-year-old Shanon Wasserfall was last seen on April 9, 2020 at Walvis Bay, a port town in west central Namibia. She was wearing white shorts, a blue jacket over a black top and had just dropped off her two-year-old child with a friend at Kuisebmond, eight minutes away. Wasserfall was said to have informed her […]
In Nigeria, there are fears that the government may shut down the internet to disrupt the ongoing protests and dilute their impact. If that happens, the country could lose $134 million daily.
Two fears arise every time citizens of an African country take to the streets en masse to criticize some aspect of their government’s performance: that the government will shut down the internet, or that access to social media sites will be restricted. The recent history of citizen demonstrations from the Arab Spring in 2011 to […]
By Honorable Chukwuemeka Ujam, Titi Akinsanmi, and ‘Gbenga Sesan.
“For offences bordering on cyberstalking”