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Haitian-American Rolin Jean, one of Florida ‪Powerball‬ winners

Haitian-American Rolin Jean is one of the luckiest men on earth this week. he has wan $1 million in the Powerball Jackpot that has reached over $1.5 billion of dollars. Rolin Jean is a 50 year old Miami resident who matched five white balls in Wednesday's historic ‪Powerball‬ drawing. He purchased the ticket at Orion Gas which is located at: 10301 Northwest 7th Avenue in Miami.

Isn't he my long lost cousin that I have not seen for years?. If anyone has the phone number for Rolin Jean, please I would like to have it.

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Michel Martelly Martelly enjoying over 80% Approval

Eat your heart out, opposition! I am assuming that the Haitian President Michel Martelly is probably saying just that following the result of the poll taken by the PR firms, Newlink and Dagmar, showing that the president is enjoying a comfortable 80.5% rating among the population. This is historic since this actually put him as the president with the highest approval rating in the Western Hemisphere.

Now, I am totally confused.

Isn't it just recently that anti-government protests brought tens of thousands of people to the streets of Port-au-Prince? what about the recent success of the Lavalas party in putting thousands and thousands of people to protest against the Martelly government?

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Borlettes to Support Free Public-Education Program

The Haiti Education Ministry held a planning meeting on the Education Act recently. In attendance were the Board of Directors of the National Association of Borlettes Keepers (NABT); Prime Minister Lamothe; Presidential Representative Doré; and Minister of National Education and Vocation Training (NEVT) Pierre.

The meeting was called to talk about the government of Haiti's (GOH) plan for Universal Schooling Program Free and Mandatory (USPFM). The GOH wants the NABT to become familiar with long-range goals of the Education Act, and create a Memorandum of Understanding with the GOH.

The NABT and the National Fund for Education (NFE) are stakeholders for this initiative. They are waiting for Parliament to approve NFE funds to start building schools that will offer free public education. The NABT has been a cooperative body, eager to comply with requirements necessary to help offer free public-education access.

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