Web sites of Nigerian authorities, Other Ministries under risk over Twitter ban

The legion of hackers have threatened to take management of similar authorities web sites, similar to that of the Ministry of Info and Tradition.

Anonymous, a band of unknown people, has vowed to start hacking of the Nigerian Authorities web sites.

The legion of hackers have threatened to take management of similar authorities web sites, similar to that of the Ministry of Info and Tradition.

It stated this was its personal method of protesting the indefinite ban of Twitter within the nation by the Nigerian authorities.

As We reported on Friday, the Minister of Info, Lai Mohammed, introduced the suspension of the micro blogging web site.

The suspension is just not unconnected to the removing of President Buhari's controversial tweet by the administration of Twitter on Wednesday.

Anonymous was very energetic in the course of the EndSARS protest, hacking web sites and social media accounts of government businesses, together with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, and the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC).

The group additionally hacked the web sites of the Central Bank of Nigerian (CBN).

The group stated they help the weak in opposition to the powerful and stand for justice.

They listed their values as human rights, autonomy and self-governance, resistance against tyranny, a more humane society.

In a short write up obtained by DAILY POST on Saturday morning, Anonymous stated, "As you would possibly know, Twitter is banned in Nigeria, indefinitely. I am letting you understand that very very soon, the Nigerian Federal Ministry of Culture and Information web site and database shall be hacked.

"More Nigerian government web sites will be focused as an indication of protest in opposition to the ban."


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