Kadyrov organized a "liking championship" in Chechnya: officials are forced to like and leave positive comments about their bosses. Photo
The social media pages of government agencies of the Chechen Republic within the Russian Federation have recently had unnatural activity. It turns out that the country's leader Ramzan Kadyrov has organized a kind of championship. Officials are obliged to leave "likes" and positive comments on publications from the Chechen Ministry of Sport, Ministry of Health, Ministry of National Policy and Ministry of Culture.
This was reported by the Russian media, citing sources from the agencies in Chechnya itself. The moderators managed to analyze each of the said pages on the VKontakte network (banned in Ukraine) and made sure that the participation of subscribers was extremely artificial.
"There are even norms on the number of words in one sentence. Sometimes they indicate which words can be used and which words can not be used. Employees should also like and comment on their bosses' social media posts. The most important thing is not to forget about birthdays," the source reports.
It was also found that several accounts that are actively commenting on the publications of the bosses are simply empty. There are no photos or friends and they are subscribed only to those pages that are constantly commenting.
"This peculiar championship of loyalty has its arbitrators. The agencies have appointed special employees who check whether everyone has left their likes. If an employee's loyalty is not sufficiently demonstrated in social networks, he is called on the carpet of the top management," the authors of the material summarized.
As reported by OBOZREVATEL, the head of the Ukrainian DIU Budanov said that Kadyrov has problems with banned substances. According to the data available to the military, the Chechen leader has health problems, using drugs as doping at first but then becoming addicted.
"He has certain health problems. He also has problems with excessive use of narcotic drugs, which he was forced to use first as doping, then as a painkiller and then the problem went further," Budanov said.