Nigerians on social media have reacted to the claims that Anonymous hacked the systems belonging to Multichoice PayTV platforms, DStv and GOtv on Sunday.
Many on Twitter claimed that some hackers who simply identified themselves as ‘Anonymous’ were behind it.
‘Anonymous’ became popular on Twitter recently, claiming responsibility for the hack of the social media accounts and websites of some government agencies as part of its support for the #EndSARS protests in Nigeria
Nigerians have reacted to the claims that Anonymous hacked DStv and GOtv
“Thank u anonymous for hacking DStv and Gotv can u pls hack banks and send us like 1million naira each”
“So the Government asked multichoice to open all their DSTV and Gotv channels for free to see if the youths will lose focus and go back to their house to go and watch television. E no go work oh! the youths don get coconut head”
“DSTV is showing all channels but we no get light.
What kind of country is this?…”
“My dad gave me money to pay for DSTV subscription for 2 months. Now it has been hacked, una thank you o”
“To whoever hacked DSTV, please help me hack my school portal and change my CGPA please 🙏🏿😭”
“Dear Anonymous that hacked DSTV, please help us hack MTN and credit all the users with 10k airtime and 100GB each, just to support the struggle of #EndSARS
Thank you and God bless you”
“CONFIRMED: DSTV and GOTV was not hacked. Multichoice are doing some kinda upgrade. So enjoy the free channels for now. #EndSARS”
“What if DSTV and GOTV are showing all their channels to make all of us lose focus?? #EndSARS”
“What if Anonymous never hacked DSTV and the Government did it to make us lose focus about the #EndSARS movement. Fink about it”
See more reaction on twitter here