Host of Brekete Family, and human rights campaigner Ahmed Isah, announce plans to end his show over assault on a Lady.
In an undercover investigation, BBC Africa Eye captured how Isah assaulted a woman who appeared on his show.
Isah, aka ordinary president, was seen slapping the defenceless woman.
This had sparked controversy as many expressed shock over the conduct of the human rights campaigner known for helping ordinary people get justice via his show, which is aired on Human Rights Radio, Abuja and streams online via social media platforms.
Speaking on the Wednesday edition of the programme, Isah tendered an apology for slapping the woman but vowed to stop the popular programme.
Daily Trust later contacted Isah over his decision to end the programme and he said he meant it.
Many fans of the programme have been appealing to him to reconsider the idea of ending the programme which has provided succour to victims of injustice.
Brekete Family first aired on Kiss FM Abuja in 2009, and then later on Crowther Love FM.
Following its initial success, the programme’s headquarters, Human Rights Radio, Abuja, was established.