Willing to speak with vigil holders protesting abuse of year-old child


The Guyana Human Rights Association (GHRA) says it is willing to have conversations with a group of people who have held candle-light vigils outside its office for the last three nights to protest against its stance in the case over a babysitter who was given the maximum sentence for assaulting a one-year-old baby two weeks ago.

The independent group held its last vigil last night, with children holding candles in the shape of flowers. Nearly 20 persons gathered in front of the NGO building with cardboards saying no to child abuse.

Sarah Balgobin, one of the persons at the vigil, said the group would not stop speaking out about the injustice …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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