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Anonymous Issues Warning To Kenyan Government To Respect The Rule Of Law And Right To Protest

Anonymous hacker-group on Kenya

By now, you probably know about the ongoing protests against the  Finance Bill 2024. While the protests have been peaceful, the Police have been criticized for using excessive force on unarmed protestors. This seems to have caught the eyes of hacktivist organization, Anonymous. The decentralised hacktivist group is known for targeting various governments including Australia, India, Malaysia just to name a few. 

The group has issued their latest warning through Twitter and this time directed towards the Kenyan government. The video partly says, “It has come to our attention that there are discussions in parliament to pass the finance bill, which will unfairly tax the citizens of Kenya. Kenyans attempting peaceful demonstrations are being unfairly harassed, arrested, and shot at with live bullets by the police force under your command.”

“On Thursday, the 20th of June, Kenyans will march and #OccupyParliament. We do not want you to amend the Finance Bill; we want you to reject it. Listen to the cries of your citizens, or the people of the world will resist you every step of the way. Citizens of Kenya, do not worry, Tuko Pamoja! We are Anonymous, We are Legion, Expect us.” 

It is not clear what actions Anonymous plans to take but we can expect just about anything. 

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