Emmanuel Ménard replaced Bernard Desgraff at (ONA)

Breaking news, Bernard Desgraff has been housted at the head of the National Insurance Office for the Elderly in Haiti(ONA). he was replaced by none other than Jean Marie Vianney Emmanuel Ménard, former President of the Transitional College of the Permanent Electoral Council (CTCEP).


I would call this as two interesting changes made by the Martelly Lamothe Government and in deed surprising. Who would have imagined that the famous Bernard Desgraff would end up out in the street and cold after all he has been through with the union group of ONA?

What about Emmanuel Ménard and his short lived position as President of the Transitional College of the Permanent Electoral Council (CTCEP)?

Other nominations conducted by the government includes Mr. Harisson Ernest appointed as Director General of the Radio Television Nationale d'Haiti (RTNH)

Kreyol Pale, Kreyol Kompran......

Mezanmi, pou sa ke Bernard Desgraff te soti pran nan semen sa yo ki te sot pase-a epi se te let revokasyon li ki tape tann li? Mezanmi, sa misye passe, bokit B....... pa passe li non.

Et met Menard? Met la samble ak yon moun kap jwe "Chez mizikal", Jodi-a li CTCEP, demin li nan ONA. Map mande pou kombyen tan li ap rete nan tet ONA?

Mwen pa bezoin Job Gouvenman an Ayiti, Mwin ta pito ale plante bannan nan payi'm pito.

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Raymond Lafontant says...

ONA needs a high banking experienced manager not a politician having some notions in management.

errors like this has been made since its creation.

ONA may need a redirection of its objectives and therefore of its

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