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Marabella residents march against crime

Many residents braved heavy showers on Saturday and marched along the streets calling for peace.

They carried placards saying “No more tears”, “Say no to drugs”, “Respect the law”, “Respect the Elders” and “Stop Human Trafficking”.

The march started at the corner of Agnes Street and Southern Main Road and went on to the Manny Ramjohn Stadium.

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Coordinator Antonio Seemungal said crime has spiralled over the recent months and it is their hope this initiative can reach the hearts and minds of criminals.

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“There are too many murders, and based on the situation we face in the community of Marabella, we felt the need to undertake this initiative and it’s not just about murders, robberies, and other criminal activities taking place here and we want to want to send a message to these criminal,” Seemungal said, adding that the MUWC plans to put a stop to bullying, domestic violence and child abuse in their community.

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The committee supports the Marabella Police Station in their fight to curb the crime situation in this part of the country.

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