Zafè Lajan : Gourde la ap pèdi valè rapid epi tout bagay monte vap!

Haiti Nouvelles - December 18 2018, 8:50 AM

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Zafè Lajan: Gourde la pèdi un tier de valè ke l te genyen nan mwa ki sot pase la yo. Ti chèk travay la rete menmman parèyman, epi tout bagay monte vap!!! Ki lote sa pwale?

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