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Anchovy High Principal Calling For Increased Vigilance Against Child Abuse – July 13, 2021

Roundabout JA | July 13, 2021

Principal of the Anchovy High school in St. James, Lavern Stewart, is calling for increased vigilance by all Jamaicans to protect children from all forms of abuse.

Presenter: Jermi-Lee Nelson
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