The African Heritage Foundation (AHF), registered Charity #1112, is calling on the Director of Public Prosecution – Ms Donna Babb to discontinue criminal proceedings against Ms Holder, in the charge of reckless driving resulting in death.
The AHF will formerly deliver this request to the Director of Public Prosecution on Friday 25th May (Afrikan Liberation Day). The AHF has launched an online petition in support of this request for signatures at:
For those unable to sign the online petition you can do so at the headquarters of this charity. Monday – Saturday 4pm – 8pm.
The AHF will host several activities that seek to further build public support that the charges against the mother of recklessly causing the death of her son be dropped.
See Barbadian Online Newspaper coverage of petition here: http://barbadostoday.bb/2018/03/29/pressure-mounting-on-dpp-to-drop-case-against-holder/#comment-320549
AHF is also generating a fund to assist with grief counseling for Ms Holder and her surviving daughter who survived the involuntary accident that claimed Abijah’s life. Funds collected will also be used to facilitate above mentioned activities.
Pic: Felisha Osula Holder with some of her AHF family.
Persons wishing to make a donation to Ms. Holder and the awareness building activities in regards to this situation may contact the AHF at firstname.lastname@example.org, our FB page African Heritage Foundation or call 262 0068. You may also visit the AHF at its headquarters, address given above.
Paul Rock, AHF President