The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has launched “Radio Nigeria Hausa service”. .
The group made this known in a statement issued on Thursday by Emma Powerful, its spokesman. It said the radio service would act as an unbiased informative platform to take the “message of liberation to the oppressed” indigenous northerners. .
IPOB added that the maiden daily broadcast would hit the airwaves on Saturday, January, 6, at 7pm Nigerian time. The statement added that those “deluding themselves” with the notion that IPOB has been weakened because of the absence of Nnamdi Kanu, its leader, “are in for an almighty shock”.