University of Limonade closed following altercation, sequestration and death

Haiti violence has reached the University of Limonade. On Monday, as a result of a demonstration by students of the University, Haiti National Police intervened and as a result, a shopkeeper was killed, several people were injured and many property destruction were recorded.

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It was also reported that some of the University students were involved in the sequestration of the administrative and academic authorities of the University of King Henri Christophe campus in Lemonade.

Se pou kombyen tan Inivèsite sa aprale femin-la? Nou deja pa minm ginyin lekol an Ayiti.

Eske Elev sa yo ki te kimbe direkte sa yo te intelijan asse pou yo te konnin ke yon bagay kon sa gin gro danje ladan li? Eske yo konning yon ti non yo rele "kidnaping"

Monchè, pou yon group moun ki nan Inivèsite an Ayiti, yo pa demontre ke yo intèlijan di tou.

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Jules Casseus says...

Sak ap fet Jonas?

Ki jan edikasyon pep la app resevwa la a.
Denpi ki le Universite vi n tounen sant Volans, kidnaping elatrye?

Fok etidyan yo mete Dlo nan divin

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Jules Casseus says...

Cela est bien

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