villages, schools and in commuter buses tune to 97.6 band width. In Aba, Abia State the radio’s audience is growing steadily among young people.
disturbing cauldrons of widespread violence. In Asaba, Delta state, an Igbo man brought the consciousness of radio Biafra to one of these writers one evening in the southeast with frightful alacrity and implored everyone present there to tune to the station.
As soon as the right bandwidth was accessible, the voice of the ‘director’ Nnamdi Kanu was coming forcefully over the airwaves. It was an arresting almost hypnotic voice to say the least, but it was not the voice that was the problem but the substance of what he said and how he said it that calls for concern.
It is important to note here that ‘terrorism’ means different things to different people. While a weighty number of people in the Muslim world do not view groups like Al-Shabab, Taliban, Islamic State and their affiliates as terrorists, majority consider them as full blooded terrorists. The same with the Biafran movement, a growing number of people consider the rebellion as an inalienable right that may offer Igbos freedom from the superficial Hausa/Fulani hegemony.