Haiti: President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, inaugurated 24/24 power supply to Fort Liberté, in the Northeast.
President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise stated, on February 5, at Fort Liberté, in the Northeast, I officially launched the 24/24 power supply to this region. This achievement is part of the goals to be achieved during my fiftieth year for the benefit of the Haitian population.
President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, announced that starting this February 5, 24 hours of electricity is a reality in the Northeast. Furthermore, he added that this Friday, he was in Fort Liberté to make available this vector of modernization, both economic and social. A promise kept that converts into energy and counts in kilowatts.
Electricity is the primary measure of ever necessity nowadays that can stimulate a nation’s growth.
A resident of Haiti commented, “Before you leave on February 7, Mr. President, bravo for your courage in order not to have been left the little ransomers of the opposition to have finished with the country so show and prove them again that they have declined.”
Another Facebook user commented, “A wise man had said to have patience you must first have faith so our faith brings us to this project bravo Mr. President we will always have confidence in you and the blind will see after two years your benevolence on power because for the moment they let themselves be guided by bad guys, but they will see your benefits in a few days still hold on.”
Another citizen of Haiti commented, “I fell in love with the president, I love you, I love you, I love you more than my father, who is all mixed up with me; frankly, I don’t know how to say I ever love you. the determination as MW was TJou dreamed of Têt peyia jetèm president last.”