Radio was first introduced to Nigeria in 1933 and was called the Radio Distribution System and was used by the BBC throughout the 1930s. In 1930 the Ibadan station was created. By 1956, Nigeria had created the Nigerian Broadcasting Corporation and became the primary broadcasting company in the country.
Radio broadcasting is not needed anywhere. But if you feel that people in Nigeria have the same need or desire for information, education, and entertainment that people in the UK, USA, South Africa, Texas, or any other foreign country have, and the same right to it, then their need for it is as great as anyone else's is.
No. Radio waves come from satellites. You're probably thinking of radiation waves, which do come from the sun. 2nd Answer: Oh, my heavens, the Sun is a huge emitter of radio waves! In fact, if an astronomer looks only at the Sun's radio waves, the Sun looks somewhat larger than if you only look at its light waves.