Top ODM Party official has come out to cry foul over alleged account hacking.
Through his Facebook page, ODM party Director ofcommunications Philip Etale cried foul, saying his Twitter page had been hacked.
The Raila allied director said hos Twitter page had been hijacked for a second time after loosing the first page which had over 600k followers.
Etale urged his followers not to respond to anything purpoting to be from his account in Twitter. He said he is yet to know the hackers, adding that he is working round the clock to ensure he recovers back his acvount
"Dear friends, hackers have once again attacked my Twitter handle. I have lost it to unknown crooks. I am in the meantime working round the clock to see if I can recover it. I lost my first handle which had close to 600K followers under similar circumstances in 2014. To my followers, don’t respond to anything posted on the handle below. Thank you" he said.
This comes at a time when cyber crime and especially account hackings have increased in the country.
ICT CS nominee Eliud Owallo has however, promised to crack down cyber space abusers and hackers, saying his docket will ensure safe and quick browsing by Kenyans.
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