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ABUJA, July 2 (Reuters) - “Hembe-lembeh!” yells Ahmad Isah, the host of Nigeria’s Brekete Family radio programme. “Olo-lolo!” shouts his audience - more than 100 people who have crammed into his studio, looking for justice. Brekete Family is a show which promises to help Nigeria’s downtrodden redress wrongs - a format, says Isah, born out of frustration in an official legal system beset by bureaucracy and mismanagement.

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