A popular hacktivist group, Anonymous, has allegedly hacked popular multi-choice companies, DStv and Gotv and made all channels available for free inrespective of one’s subscribtion.
DStv and Gotv have been allegedly hacked by Anonymous, and Nigerians have taken to Twitter, to react to the developments as they all testify to seeing some paid station for free.
— Heisricco (@heisricco) October 18, 2020
Check your DSTV and GoTV.
All the channels are showing irrespective of subscription.
Thank you Anon.
If this was an #EndSARS gift.
— #OurFavEndSARSDoc 🩺🇳🇬🇬🇧 (@DrOlufunmilayo) October 18, 2020
Anonymous thank you o! Haven’t subscribed for over two months, now My DSTV is working. Thank you well well o! pic.twitter.com/E1im2uQIoV
— Joseph Friks (@JFriks) October 18, 2020
DSTV and GOTV are doing bonanza! 😂 #EndSARS
— Ayemojubar 👠 (@ayemojubar) October 18, 2020
To whoever hacked DSTV, please we need you to hack MTN too. The way they suck my data lately is alarming.
Thanks in advance 😒
— ARIELLA 💕 (Your Footies 🔌) #EndSARS (@iamdahmmie) October 18, 2020
DSTV and GOTV just opened all channels and even if you haven’t subscribed it should show too.
They are supporting the #EndSARS movement in their own way, Thank you oh Multichoice 🥺
— Unilag's Finest ✨ (@bluegirlolu) October 18, 2020
DSTV and GOTV have been hacked. All stations are opened whether you subscribe or not. Check yours out
— Lola Okunrin (@lollypeezle) October 18, 2020
I just told my Dad i subscribed for DSTV that has been inactive for two weeks.
He just bombarded me with prayers 😂#EndSARS
— Victor Babatunde (@vhic_tore) October 18, 2020
DSTV and GOTV have been hacked. All stations are opened whether you subscribe or not.
— Oyindamola🇳🇬 (@dammiedammie35) October 18, 2020
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 pic.twitter.com/CXW6AZ9Eug
— Big Uncle 🔴🕊️ (@Usmanashafe) October 18, 2020
I’d refused subscribing mine after their last upgrade with poor contents.
Now I’m watching Premium package for free!!! 🤣😂
This #EndSARS protest is making sense. 😂
— E B I T U™ (@EbituPromise) October 18, 2020
KanyiDaily recalls that Anonymous had also shutdown the website of First Bank of Nigeria for allegedly freezing the funds that were meant for those protesting against the extrajudicial activities of the now-defunct Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).