“RADIO BIAFRA” ROARS BACK TO LIFE IN LONDON
Two years after it went into limbo, “Radio Biafra” London, will roar back to life on Saturday when it will resume broadcasting.
A member of the station’s editorial board, Dr. Luke Chukwuma Egemba, who confirmed this to Daily Sun correspondent Chidi Nnadi disclosed that the persisting ugly situation in Nigeria informed the decision of the promoters of RBL to resume broadcasting.
From its London studio, it would broadcast twice weekly on 11870 kHz frequency on the shortwave band to all African countries with concentrated footprint in Nigeria.
According to Egemba “listeners in the greater London area can tune to 94.3FM at the same time whilst those outside London and elsewhere in the world can follow the programme online by visiting www.radiobiafralondon.com and clicking on the daily broadcast play button.”
He said RBL was a public service broadcast station that would serve as the eyes, ears and voice for millions of dispossessed, disenfranchised, abandoned and oppressed people of various ethnic nationalities in Nigeria.
Also, the Director of RBL, Mr. Nnamdi Kanu in a statement said the station was resuscitated to “set a largely misinformed public free from the twin evil of tyrannical rule of a cabal of ill-educated and institutionally corrupt men and women and the sponsored sectarian killings directed against Christian southerners living in northern Nigeria by terrorists.”
According to him,RBL would strive to “articulate a solution to the plight of impoverished and confused Igbo families abandoned by their leaders in northern Nigeria to a fate worse than those endured by black slaves in plantations in the Americas.”