Ndindi Nyoro’s Facebook account hacked

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Ndindi Nyoro’s Facebook account hacked

Ndindi Nyoro, a Member of Parliament from Kiharu, has reported that his Facebook page was compromised and is currently under the control of the purported hackers.

Nyoro confirmed the incident in a post on X, formerly Twitter, urging his followers to avoid opening any links shared or sent to them.

With over 500,000 followers on Facebook, he advised them to disregard any updates or inbox messages from the hackers, assuring them that he is actively working to regain control and restore the page.

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“Kindly note that our Facebook Profile and Page is under the control of hackers. Kindly do not click on any link sent! Ignore updates and inbox messages shared and sent by the hackers,” he warned.

On Monday, the Chair of the National Assembly’s Budget and Appropriations Committee disclosed that his Facebook account had been compromised.

“My Facebook page was hacked yesterday. We are trying to resolve the problem. We are African and Africa is our Business,” he stated.

Nyoro’s most recent post on his Facebook page, shared on Monday, consisted of New Year wishes to his followers, expressing hope for a prosperous year and conveying his New Year message to Kenyans.

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“Wishing you all a prosperous New Year, 2024. Nawatakia baraka tele mwaka mpya. We are African and Africa is our Business,” read the post published on his Facebook page.

Kenyan digital strategist Denis Itumbi, who had his Twitter account hacked in March of the previous year, is advising Kenyans to disregard any updates and inbox messages being disseminated by the hackers through the platform.

“Please take note that hackers have taken control of the FB profile of Ndindi Nyoro and the official page Ndindi Nyoro. Ignore the updates and Inbox messages being shared by the hackers.We are working to recover and restore the pages,” read a statement posted on Itumbi’s official Facebook page.

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Ndindi Nyoro’s Facebook account hacked

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