Anonymous – Operation Africa #OpAfrica

Greetings world, we are anonymous.

Operation Africa is an ongoing effort by several activists within Anonymous who have begun collaborating. The focus of the operation is a disassembly of corporations and governments that enable and perpetuate corruption on the African continent. This consists of organizations responsible for child abuse/labour as well as internet censorship within the continent and globally. We are fighting alongside other operations such as OpNigeria and AnonymousSA to help free the continent from the plague of exploitation that has been occurring for centuries.

Child Abuse and labour within African nations is rampant. According to ILO, some of the most shocking statistics are only growing as the years go by.

41% of children on the continent work — highest in the world.
48 million children in the workforce in Sub-Saharan Africa; 13.4 million in North Africa and the Middle East.
4,600 children are estimated to be working in small-scale mining in Tanzania.
In West Africa, 35,000 children are involved in sexual exploitation.

The governing bodies of Africa have allowed these atrocities go on making children go without proper education or healthcare, leaving their country in a position for further economic stunting and a lower quality of life for their people. As long as this corruption occurs, the rich get richer while the poor get poorer.

Anonymous has already claimed 64,000 workers data at a Tanzanian telecommunications company and leaked it to the world. As well as hacking into a Government Communications and Information services database and leaking more than 1,000 government employees information. No longer will we stand by and watch these blatant abuses of power occur. We will continue to fight for their liberties until all of our brothers on the continent are freed from the shackles of corruption and greed. We will not sleep. We will stop at nothing.

Operation Africa, engaged.
We are anonymous.
We are legion.
We do not forgive.
We do not forget.
Expect us.


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