Children of murder victim get new home


The Leader of the Alliance For Change (AFC) Raphael Trotman on Sunday handed over a brand new home to the mother and children of the late Shenika London on behalf of the party.

London, 37, was stabbed to death in May 2017 by the father of her five children; the children are now in the care of their grandmother June Allicock.

At that time, construction had commenced next to the shack where they resided at Lot 1206 Central Amelia’s Ward, Mackenzie, Linden,

After hearing of the deplorable conditions under which the children lived, the discomfort and in some cases humiliation they faced, Trotman commenced mobilising to realise the new home for the children and their grandmother.

The new house which was donated by the AFC. [AFC photo]
The AFC, which is the minority party in the governing coalition, donated and solicited support in excess of $5 Million dollars to complete the new home.

In a brief statement Leader, Trotman stated that the party is happy and humbled to be associated with this project and wished the children comfort, peace and God’s richest blessings.

AFC Chairman Raphael Trotman [right] along with the relatives cut the ribbon to the new house. [AFC photo]
Trotman was accompanied by his wife Theresa, Members of Parliament Audwin Rutherford and Michael Carrington along with executives and members of AFC Region 10 Management Committee. (Modified from AFC press release)

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