A warning message is now on the website of NAPEP
NDDC is down – 100%. As of 2.5ppm Lagos time, this is the position on NDDC site
A Nigerian Hackers Community codenamed NaijaCyberHactivists is responsible. But too good, the group’s site is also down. Who is hacking who or did the web host responsible for bringing their sites down?. The Twitter handle is @NaijaCyberHack
Why are they doing this? Government is wasteful with estimated N1b budgetted for Jonathan gala jamboree after election. This is the first time Nigerians have taken to the digital warfare to protest any ill by the government.
This is how the group described itself on Twitter
In source code we trust/ We fighting for a cause/ MISSION: Hand over the whip to the horse… Naijacyberhactivists@yahoo.com
This is what the group posted on NAPEP website as of 3.50pm Lagos time
This is the full, unedited message
A letter from HELL
With great sadness in our heart we bring you this message.
The Nigerian General Elections of April 2011 have come and gone. But, yet again, like all important functions of the Nigerian political system, they have provoked violent uprisings in parts of Nigeria – this time, mostly in the Northern States of Nigeria – and they have left a legacy of blood and tears, and of inter-group animosity and hate.
Nigerians have endured it all – usually assured by political self-seekers and false prophets that such problems are temporary birth pangs of a new country. But the events of the past April, and of recent months, have at last blown away all this self-deception and we are saying ENOUGH IS ENOUGH!
To worsen the matter, the FG is to spend N1b on Jonathan inauguration
An inauguration is simply an induction into office, the formal transfer of power to an individual AND NOT a costly long-running festival nor a series of open-ended events organized into convoluted books and chapters.
We, NaijaCyberHactivists are therefore joining voice with other well-meaning Nigerians and WE SAY “ENOUGH IS ENOUGH”! WE ARE WATCHING and we promise that
1.) If the FG decides to go on with the N1b budget
2.) If the FOI Bill is not passed before May 29
1.) Launch an attack against ALL financial institutions
2.) Launch an attack against the epayment bodies in the country
3.) Take down the Networks
4.) Cripple the telecommunication companies
5.) Take down all government sites.
We are monitoring the Twitter feeds. Does anyone know how we can speak with these monsters? Where are they in Lagos. Let us visit or call them? Any idea……