FLASH: New National Ati, Alcenat Zamor, is dead

We just learned that the new National Ati is dead. Houngan Alcenat Zamor who recently replaced Max Beauvoir after his death just passed away following complication after his car accident. Alcenat was 60 year old and has been practicing Houngan for the past 40 years in the town of Gros Morne. He He was elected unanimously by nembers of the National Confederation of Haitian Vaudouisants (KNVA) to replace Max Beauvoir. At this time we continue to gather information around his death and will inform you as soon as they are available.


Haitian Kreyol:

Nouvo Nasyonal ati, Alcenat Zamor, mouri

Nou jis aprann ke nouvo Nasyonal ati mouri. Ougan Alcenat Zamor ki resamman ranplase Max Beauvoir apre lanmò li jis jwen lanmò pa li apre konplikasyon apre yon aksidan machin. Alcenat te gin 60 ane e li te ape pratike Ougan pou 40 ane ki sot pase la nan vil Gros Morne. Li te eli unaniment pa nembers Konfederasyon Nasyonal ayisyen Vaudouisants (KNVA) pou te ranplase Max Beauvoir. Nou ape kontinye rasanble enfòmasyon sou lanmò l ', nou ape enfòme w osito ke posib.

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Fabonord Saint-vil says...

Hummm Vrèman Bon zamor konnen grenn li pa plombé epi lal pwan premyer plas gen granmoune nan kay

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Shime Leroy says...

qui qualite de cauze sa ce plain nan

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