The pro-Biafra leader made this known in a post on Twitter on Tuesday.
Kanu revealed that the broadcast would be done today (Wednesday) 8 pm ‘Biafran’ time and 7 pm United Kingdom time.
“Come with your pen, paper, and common sense. When the light comes darkness flee,” he wrote.
Kanu had shocked many last Thursday, two days to Nigeria’s elections, by calling a boycott of the polls in the southeastern part of Africa’s most populous nation.
He later insinuated that his directive to pro-Biafra supporters to vote in the 2019 elections disrupted plans by some Nigerians to rig the polls after the country’s electoral body rescheduled the polls.
National Chairman of the INEC, Mahmood Yakubu, announced at about 2:40 a.m., a few hours to the commencement of the polls, that the elections had been postponed over logistic problems.
According to Yakubu, the Presidential and National Assembly elections will now hold on Saturday, 23 February.
“One announcement calling off IPOB boycott late Thursday evening followed by 11th-hour postponement of elections by INEC late on Friday is confirmation of the colossal might of IPOB. One simple announcement and their rigging plans fell apart. Fake Abia result sheet now useless,” he tweeted on the day.
On Wednesday, February 20, 2019, I will make a landmark broadcast on Radio Biafra.
Time is at 8 PM Biafraland time and 7 PM UK time.
Come with your pen, paper, and common sense. When light comes darkness flee. pic.twitter.com/6cnJaYczBN
— Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (@MaziNnamdiKanu) February 19, 2019