Rhema church website hacked with anti-xenophobia message

The Rhema Family of Churches website was recently hacked and defaced with anti-xenophobia message by a hacker who associated themselves with the online activist collective Anonymous.

Claiming to be the voice of Nigerians under attack in South Africa, the hacker warned that if the attacks do not stop they will attack government, business, and education computer systems in South Africa.

Local xenophobic attacks made international headlines recently after the Sunday Times published photos of the murder of Mozambican Emmanuel Sithole.

A screenshot of the hacked Rhema website and a message posted by H4ckyP are displayed below.

At the time of publication, the website was down for maintenance.

Rhema Family Churches website hacked to show Anonymous Nigeria message
Rhema Family Churches website hacked to show Anonymous Nigeria message

Hello Earthlings, We are the Anonymous. Anonymous Nigeria!

Recently, Our brother’s and sister’s in South Africa has been attacked by citizens of South Africa. Killing our people, destroying their Businesses etc. We have had enough and its high time we do what the Government are trying to do.

We are the voice of The Nigerians. We are Anonymous, this is a message to the South African government and people, stop the killings, we are all Africans!

Racism is something we shouldn’t practice, We are BLACKS.

If you do not stop the Xenophobic after this we will attack your systems, your Government, your Businesses, your Schools.. and we shall Expose u..

#OpXenophobia #AnonymousNigeria
We are Legion
We donot forgive
We donot forget
Expect Us!

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