The Haitian diaspora is not ' broke.' That would mean to have...

Alexa - September 29 2018, 10:09 PM

The Haitian diaspora is not ' broke.' That would mean to have no money at all to cover bills and expenses.

As you have let it be understood, people all over the world now have to be frugal and budget.

Too bad for those at home who now cannot be as spendthrift as before.

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