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Ananymous hacker leaks Nigerian Police database, gives FG 72 hours to respond to protesters demand

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Tropics Nigeria has learned that a hacker who goes by the name ‘anonymous’ has hacked into the Nigerian Police database and downloaded the information of police officers in the force, SARS operatives to be specific.

It hacker leaked their names, date of birth, address, Local Government Areas, state command and account details of SARS officers and the entire Nigerian Police database. The hacker also leaked spreadsheets of arms purchased details by the Nigerian police.

The hacker ‘anonymous’ gave the Nigerian Government 72 hours to prosecute all SARS officers that were involved in the killing of innocent Nigerians. He also posted an encrypted message online.

There were protest across the country yesterday, as protesters do not trust the credibility of the newly formed SWAT unit which replaced the defunct SARS unit.

Protest in places like Lagos and Abuja turned violent as hoodlums clashed with protesters.

There were also protest in Warri as well.

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Abudulrasheed Mubarak is a freelance content creator. He starting his writing career in 2011. He is a graduate of Auchi Polytechnic, Auchi in Urban and Regional Planning.

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