I think the President Martelly did the right thing by visiting...

Ayitienne - October 23 2012, 4:48 AM

I think the President Martelly did the right thing by visiting Africa.

Hatiti has always refer to Africa as the mother land. Eventhough our culture is very diverse, we've always known who we are and were we come from and retain most of our roots.

It is about time that Haiti rekindle the relationship with Africa and hopefully change face of both place for the better through exchange of ideas.

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