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Justice For the Victims: Anonymous attacks Nigerian police, gives President Buhari 72 hours

Anonymous has attacked the Nigerian police database and given President Buhari 72 hours to meet the demands of the #SARSMUSTEND protestors or risk having all security details including his sexual life displayed in the public domain


According to Reports, Anonymous Group is an international hacktivist/activist/movement known for cyber attacks against bad governments around the world.  Anonymous is a decentralised group of anonymous hackers widely known for carrying out anonymous cyberattacks against governments and government agencies. It was formed in 2003.

Anonymous’ ultimatum is coming after Jack Dorsey joined the #ENDSARS protest by the Nigerian youths seeking the reformation of the police as well as an end to SARS. The Twitter CEO made this known in a tweet yesterday with the hashtag #ENDSARS which trended as number 1 globally on October 10.


In addition to lending his voice to the protest online, Dorsey used his Twitter handle to ask people to donate money to the cause via bitcoin

The group has pledged its allegiance to the youth of Nigeria by supporting the ongoing #SARSMUSTEND protest and given the president an ultimatum.

The group has already shared some information on the names of all Nigerian security personnel, especially the address, names, date of birth, and account details of every SARS personnel in the country.

Also, they gave revealed a bit of the president’s secret life which they claim he engages in sodomy (anal or oral sex between people or sexual activity between a person and a non-human animal.

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