Ayyaantuu website has been very popular in Ethiopia. It had thousands hit a day. The large traffic from Ethiopia forced us to expand our main web server capacity to accommodate large traffic. Moreover, we deployed two dozens of content delivery servers in different parts of the world close to our followers. That means the traffic is distributed to more than twenty-three servers. The main server is no longer over loaded.
But our big challenge is, now, the Ethiopian government. As of March 2nd, yesterday morning, Ayyaantuu website has been effectively blocked in Ethiopia from general public. In other words, no more traffic is coming to the web server. Only about 20 hits reached our servers today. All of them are from Finfinne. We assume that this small number of hits came from government security agents. Ayyaantuu is not the only website that has been blocked.
As we try to resolve this issue, we urge our followers from Ethiopia to follow us through Facebook and Twitter. At the same time we would like to work with all other website administrators whose traffic has been blocked. Our contact is email@example.com
The following page is similar to what our followers experience in Ethiopia. Please do not try to reload the webpage.