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Last Updated: Wednesday, 27 September 2006, 13:05 GMT 14:05 UK
Youth records anti-gun crime CD
Shaad Ayub
Shaad hopes the song will get the anti-gun crime message across
A Nottingham teenager and his mother are making their stand against gun-crime - with a song.

Shaad Ayub, 15, and Sarita-Marie Rehman-Wall from Hyson Green worked on the CD with help from Take That Studios and New Deal for Communities.

They recorded the song under the name Enough is Enough. Proceeds will go to Mothers Against Guns and the Majestic Boxing Academy.

The song, Justice Will be Done, will be released next month.

"I went to a friend's house and I came home a bit late, really, and then Mum started worrying about me and we started just thinking and we just started writing a song," said Shaad.

His mother added: "When people do listen to the song fully and listen to all the words they'll realise that no-one's got the right to take a life.

"Mothers are life-givers at the end of the day and we need to stand together as a community, as a city, and stamp this out."


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