The National Broadcasting Commission has tasked the DSS (Department of State Security) and the Nigeria Police Force to arrest any operations behind a pirate Radio claiming to be Biafra Radio. The NBC which is the regulator of broadcast stations in the country revealed that it jammed the signals of the Biafra Radio is some parts of Lagos which could be a danger to the country.
The statement read that the National Broadcasting Commission has jammed the signals of the Radio Biafra and it is an illegal radio station claiming to send original contents but they send fake, dangerous contents. The DSS and the Nigerian police have been mandated to arrest the culprits behind the radio station.
It is said that the Biafra Movement is a terrorist group including the Indigenous Peoples Organization of Biafra which is being led by Nnamdi Kanu. It is noted that Biafra us a terrorist group since September, 2017.
Source: Punch Newspapers
The police should arrest them because it is really a fake radio station and all they want is Biafra.
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