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The Danish ambassador to Ethiopia, Mette Thygesen, has disclosed that the Ethiopian government has failed to give concrete promises on when mobile internet and social media service will be restored. Thygesen who is the Danish representative for Djibouti, South Sudan and Sudan said the move was disclosed when the Ministry of Communication held a briefing in the capital Addis Ababa to update diplomats on the state of affairs in the country. The government shutdown mobile data and social media in the wake of protests that followed a deadly stampede at the Irreecha festival in the restive Oromia region. Access to fixed line internet was relaxed but mobile internet remains off. displayAdvert("mpu_3") Sometimes it's hard to be #workingfordk ! Briefing by Ethiopian min. for communication Reda: No promises to allow mobile data social media pic.twitter.com/wPaaYfPQwx— Mette Thygesen (@metthy) October 12, 2016 No Mobile internet for the 9th consecutive day in #AddisAbaba #Ethiopia. A free pple is never a problem for its government. #Freethecitizens— Abiy ??? ??? ???-?? (@Oyiba) October 12, 2016 Ethiopians have had to deal with internet cuts since late last year when anti-government protests – largely organized via social media – hit the Amhara region. The protests extended to the Oromia region this
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