CNN discovered yesterday that the registered address of the group was hidden away in a quiet, leafy street in Peckham, southeast London.
CNN described the location as a suburban spot, saying that it is an unlikely location for Radio Biafra.
In 2012, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu founded IPOB, and in 2009, he founded Radio Biafra. Biafra was created to restore its independence.
Kanu also created Radio Biafra to disseminate, enlighten, educate, inform, and criticize the activities of the Nigerian government.
The Federal government banned IPOB in 2017. Kanu was arrested on October 19, 2015, for treasonable felony, sedition, and ethnic incitement. In 2017, he was released on bail and fled to the UK.
Nigeria’s federal government has been criticized for poor investments, political alienation, unequal resource distribution, ethnic marginalization, a heavy military presence, extrajudicial killings in South-Eastern Africa, South-Central Africa, and parts of North-Central Africa.
Kenya re-arrested him and brought him back to Nigeria to face his charges.