Mesi paske w toujou fe nou konnin sa kap pase nan peyi nou kan...

Elizabeth - February 3 2013, 9:55 AM

Mesi paske w toujou fe nou konnin sa kap pase nan peyi nou kan gin lot ki kache yo paske yo pa vle okinn moun konnin si gin chanjman kap fet.mesi pou sa.keep the good work!!!!

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