Assassinated President Jovenel Moise to be buried on 24th July 2021

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The assassinated President of Haiti would be buried on July 24. The announcement had been made by the Haitian government. It would be held in the city of Cap-Haïtien, north of here, where the 53-year-old former head of state was born.

A group of unidentified people assassinated President of Haiti Jovenel Moise with guns. They assassinated the President by shooting him with guns at 1:00 a.m on Wednesday. The killing of President Jovenel Moise comes amid deepening political and economic stability and a spike in gang violence.


The suspects have been arrested for the assassination of Haiti’s President. According to the statements of senior police officials, those 2 suspected are Haitian Americans. Out of them, one was a former bodyguard at the Canadian Embassy in Port au Prince.

Mathias Pierre, Haiti’s minister of elections, said that there was a Haitian American. James Solages was also involved in the assassination of the President with other six people who have been arrested in the Brazen. Mathias Pierre said that the other four others are from Colombia. 

According to the information given by the minister, the oldest suspect is of 55 years old and the youngest suspect, Solages, is 35 years old.

Haitian police have also accused 63-year-old Miami-based Haitian doctor Christian Emmanuel Sanon of being a mastermind of the plot and having “political objectives.”

Haiti must not “lose its way” after the tragedy that Haiti had experienced in past days and left Haiti critically injured. Martine Moise, the widow of assassinated Haitian President Jovenel Moise, stated.

Martine Moise said the attack that killed her husband happened in the blink of an eye, without even giving President a chance to say a word. That was the first her first interaction after the attack that shook the whole of Haiti.

Joseph said 24 police officers attached to Moise’s security detail were ordered to report for questioning, adding, “this investigation will run its course.



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