Gen yon bagay terib ki pwal pase en Haiti paske... a chak moun...

Haiti Nouvelles - February 5 2019, 5:41 AM

Gen yon bagay terib ki pwal pase en Haiti paske...

a chak moun ou pale, ou ka senti yon tansyon an k ap monte pi wo! pi wo! pi wo! Pwal gen on kouri kan menm! Mwen pè sa m ap di an men se sa m santi!

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