Group claims it is still live on air, calls President a paedophile

NBC lied to their master and gullible baboons and monkeys are jumping up and down.

 

Radio Biafra has debunked claims by the National Broadcasting Commission (NBC), that it has shut-down the signals of the rogue radio station.

You will recall that Dr Yemi Folasade-Esan, the Permanent Secretary in the Federal Ministry of Information, to spoke to newsmen saying “We also gave a report on (Radio Biafra) that because right now the signals from Radio Biafra have been jammed. The National Broadcasting Commission (NBC) has successfully jammed that.”

Well, Radio Biafra via their Twitter handle, said it is not true.

Also, a statement released on their official website, thebiafraherald reads: “NBC lied to their master and gullible baboons and monkeys are jumping up and down. Radio Biafra is live in BiafraLand. They cannot even ban our local station, do they even know we also transmit via satellite and online as well? Have you seen why we call Nigerians baboons and monkeys, it’s because they are incapable of reasoning. No one baboon even the so-called terrorist in chief Buhari, were able to ask NBC which platform they jammed. Nigerians stupidity is appalling.”

Also, on their website they showed a video that referred to President Muhammadu Buhari a paedophile.

See the video here.

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