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To the Government of Nigeria –

Nigeria has no freedom of information laws protecting the citizens right to access
knowledge about their government. Virtually everything that the Nigerian Government
does is a state secret. This situation is intolerable, but fortunately there is an
easy solution to this problem.

The Nigerian Senate recently passed a Freedom of Information Law that awaits only
the signature of the newly inaugerated President of Nigeria. While this law is far
from perfect, it is a very good start towards transparency.

We the below signed groups, standing shoulder to shoulder with our bretheren in
Nigeria – come to demand just one thing:

“Mr. President, sign that bill now !”

Until our demand is met, we the below signed groups will continue to interfere with
the interwebz of the Nigerian Government.

SIGNED — Anonymous

Naija Cyber Hactivists

Peoples Liberation Front


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Send as many messages as you can to all the addresses on the list. Use
multiple sending addresses. Remember it’s a bomb, so blow those inboxes up !

 


To the Government of Nigeria –

Nigeria has no freedom of information laws protecting the citizens right to access
knowledge about their government. Virtually everything that the Nigerian Government
does is a state secret. This situation is intolerable, but fortunately there is an
easy solution to this problem.

The Nigerian Senate recently passed a Freedom of Information Law that awaits only
the signature of the newly inaugerated President of Nigeria. While this law is far
from perfect, it is a very good start towards transparency.

We the below signed groups, standing shoulder to shoulder with our bretheren in
Nigeria – come to demand just one thing:

“Mr. President, sign that bill now !”

Until our demand is met, we the below signed groups will continue to interfere with
the interwebz of the Nigerian Government.

SIGNED — Anonymous

Naija Cyber Hactivists

Peoples Liberation Front



More Infos:

Nigerian hackers hit their own government

A group of Nigerian hackers is currently attacking government websites.

Earlier today, NaijaCyberHacktivists announced via Twitter the takedown of the National Poverty Eradication Programme website, including a link to its work:

http://napep.gov.ng/news.php?id=15 down..NAPEP has been hacked! Poverty Alleviation SCAM! You enrich your pockets at the mercy of the poor.”

On Wednesday, the hackers infiltrated the website for the Niger Delta Development Commission, an agency set up to develop the region, posting a nine-paragraph letter protesting the N1 billion ($6.6 million) budget for PresidentGoodluck Jonathan‘s upcoming inauguration.

The website was momentarily restored, but completely unavailable at the time of this post, apparently the victim of a denial-of-service attack.

Read more: http://technolog.msnbc.msn.com/_news/2011/05/26/6723108-nigerian-hackers-hit-their-own-government


So I hope that this news are verified for the people of Nigeria. That’s sounds good and is a Victory for Freedom of Information!

Nigeria gets its first freedom of information law

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