Mesi Enpil La Police

Natacha - August 9 2007, 11:55 AM

I like it and I am happy to hear that we finally have polite Haitian Police Officers.

In our country where "bonjou, bonswa" are the easiest words you can hear from any stranger in Haiti.

That only gives me a rush of "ENFOM".

Thank you to all that not only writes, reads and listens.

This website is a good place for us all.

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