Great news for Haiti, more people will want to go visit...

Marie Ange Salomon - May 13 2014, 7:30 PM

Great news for Haiti, more people will want to go visit.

Therefore more wealth for the country, God know we need it. Let's pray they hire many Haitians to work on the project.

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