Biafra: IPOB floats Hausa radio service


The proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) will tomorrow launch a Hausa radio Nigeria service.

The group said it would not relent in the struggle to strengthen its cause.

It. therefore. advised every Hausa speaking Northerner to tune to 15110 KHz every night at 7:00p.m., from  Saturday January 6, saying the service will educate  and liberate them.

The Media and Publicity Secretary of IPOB, Emma Powerful, in a statement, said the group hopes to demonstrate, through the launch of the liberation radio station, to prove beyond every conceivable doubt, that IPOB is not a selfish movement concerned only about the well-being of Biafrans.

Powerful added the group was also genuinely concerned about the plight of all oppressed people in Nigeria as stated by its leader, Nnamdi Kanu, on countless occasions.

“Our quest for the total liberation of Biafraland is unstoppable; this, we shall demonstrate in the coming months.

“Those deluding themselves with the laughable and perverse notion that IPOB has been weakened because of the absence of our leader are in for a shock. This move, today, is the beginning of a mass revolution against our oppressors that will spread outside the borders of Biafraland.

“The coming of this new and revolutionary Radio Nigeria Hausa service will expose centuries old dark secrets, through education of the oppressed Hausa-Fulani youths, that IPOB and Biafra mean well for them, contrary to lies being peddled by their corrupt leadership.

“We will not fail to let all Northern youths understand that their political leaders, elders and fathers, like those in Biafraland, are the real oppressors that, over the years, have kept them in the dark through a carefully crafted and systematic regime of misinformation and propagation of falsehood.

The IPOB spokesman also disclosed that the coming of the new radio is in keeping with their promise to facilitate the creation of an unbiased informative platform to take the message of liberation to the down-trodden and oppressed indigenous populations of Northern Nigeria.