The waves being created by Radio Biafra worldwide broadcast on satellite and online is causing sleepless nights for corrupt Igbo politicians and their mushroom fake Biafra organisations.
These groups of Hausa/Fulani compromised called Igbo leaders are busy trying to destroy the Biafra agitation by first announcing a helicopter surveillance of the entire South East and now the dismantling of communication masts in the hope of destroying Radio Biafra signal centre.
They wanted us to reveal the location of our transmitter so they would destroy it, now they have come out in the open to declare why they sent APC Boko Haram infected Biafran groups to pretend they are Biafrans to ask after our transmitter only to betray the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in the end.
This Herodian approach to destroying small businesses around Enugu in the hope of stopping Radio Biafra will backfire economically on the people of Enugu. Killing all first borns in Israel in the reign of Herod did not result in the desired intention of killing of the messenger of Chukwu Abhiama Yeshuwa (Jesus Christ). The same way Herod failed so has Igbo criminal politicians and traitors.
Any so called pro-Biafra group not sanctioned by Radio Biafra should not be taken seriously because they are the children of Ifeajuna, traitors using the name of Biafra to serve APC Hausa/Fulani Boko Haram.
There will be no forgiveness, no retreat, no surrender!
The raw news
`The Enugu State Government said it will shut down 300 illegally-developed cell site masts belonging to the major telecommunication network providers because of security concerns.
The companies are accused of owing over N700m to the state government as accumulated approval fees and penalties.
Findings further revealed that the state government, through the Commissioner for Lands and Urban Development, Dr. Chukwuemeka Ujam, had been exchanging correspondences with the affected companies over their illegal masts, since February 2013, but nothing meaningful had come out of it.
The ministry had last week sealed six cell sites in the state’s capital, with a threat to continue the act until all the 300 masts in the state were decommissioned.
Secretary to the lands commissioner, Obiora Nwankwo, said that the state government action was protected under the provision of Section 29, clause (1)-(4) of Nigerian Town and Country Planning Law 1964 and sections 3,4,28 and 30 of the Nigerian Urban Regional Planning Act, Cap. 88 of 1992.
According to him, the affected telecommunication companies had violated relevant sections of the law by not securing necessary approvals before constructing the cell sites, and by so doing, disregarded the policies of the state.
The commissioner stated that the act was a clear indication that there was no Environmental Impact Assessment, EIA, before the sites were erected, adding that they had shown disregard to their host communities.
He stated that the sites that did not follow due process of registration and would be sealed, decommissioned.
Ujam stated that the networks would be shut down, until the owners did the needful.
“They should apply formally and pay the necessary fees. Because of the security implications of embarking on full-scale sealing, we have decided to embark on gradual phasing, picking two sites from each of the companies weekly until all of them are sealed,” he said.