Se sa ki men anpil chay pa Lou. In only 14 days, Haitians from...

D - January 14 2013, 11:34 PM

Se sa ki men anpil chay pa Lou. In only 14 days, Haitians from les Irois to PAP made it possible to make this half ton piece of "acajou".

Si nous vle peyi a vanse nous ka Fel vit et bien. This is a great symbolism on how this population can make it happens.

I think individually we have to retrospect and see how we can help the country without the help of foreigners.

Our destiny is in our hands.

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