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‘No place for offensive graffiti in society’ – Chivers

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Sinn Féin Councillor Brenda Chivers has called for the removal of offensive graffiti in the Edenmore Road area of Limavady.

Cllr Chivers said:

“There is no place for this personalised offensive graffiti or the vandalism of other people’s property.

“There is an onus on political unionism to show leadership and to stand firm against this type of behaviour. It is absolutely reprehensible and should have no place in any society.”

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