People Think The Official Twitter Account Of Government Of Pakistan Has Been Hacked

By Biya Haq | 24 Jul, 2018

Elections are literally RIGHT around the corner and the people of Pakistan are doing whatever they can to spread awareness on the importance of Voting.

And lol, it seems as if the official Twitter account of the Government of Pakistan is doing what they can too.


The official Twitter account of the Government of Pakistan just unknowingly tweeted about corruption and it is the funniest thing we have ever seen.

Now, no one is sure right now whether or not the account was hacked or not but like, LMAO, either way, it is pretty hilarious.

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And okay, just to give context, ‘Vote early and vote often,” was a statement used by Al Capone,


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^ Well, the real one.

The statement basically encouraged corruption in politics and corruption in the voting process, it was a statement shared by many corrupt leaders in society, notorious for tampering with voting.

And let’s just say, people have noticed.

Many advised that the post be taken down.

Others, found it absolutely hilarious.

At the end of the day, even if it was real, it is nice to see that the government is going that extra mile to push people to vote.  Still not sure if the account has been hacked, but either way, it’s pretty hilarious.

Have you noticed the tweet? What do you think? Do you think it was a hack? Let us know in the comments below! Love you.

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