In response to national protests leading to the deaths of at least 8 and arrests of hundreds more, President Mnangagwa has announced a 3 day moratorium on all internet connectivity to squash protests movements from growing.
Following massive victories by Joseph Kabila’s ruling party in DRC elections on December 31st 2018, the DRC Government has restricted national internet access & shut down news agencies to prevent national disruptions/protests.
Anonymous Launches New Wave of Attacks Against DRC After Kabila Postpones National Elections – Again
Days after Joseph Kabila postponed National elections, not only have thousands of protesters taken to the streets across the DRC, but Anonymous activists have continued to launch a new wave of cyber attacks against Kabila’s Government.
Joseph Kabila Using Government Forces To Squash Opposition Campaign Rallies Ahead of Dec. 23rd Election
As the Congo gears up for National elections this week, Joseph Kabila is using the full weight/force of his Government to disrupt public support for opposition candidates/contenders running against his party.
In the two weeks since #OpCongo first began, the operation has since gone viral – becoming one of Anonymous’ most talked about operations worldwide. Here’s a summary of whats new as the situation continues to unfold.
In support of protesters organizing and demanding fair/open National elections next month, Anonymous has launched #OpCongo to rally support on behalf of the people of the DRC and educate the world about the ongoing situation there.
With conflict mineral trade continuing to come under heavier scrutiny, international partners have just announced the establishment of the worlds first conflict free gold supply chain.