First Lady Martine Moise
Here is a photo of Haitian president Jovenel Moise and his wife, first lady Martine Moise entering the National Assembly on January 14, 2019, accompanied by Senator Pierre Francois Sildor and Depute Caleb Desrameaux and other members of his government.
On December 4th 2018, Haitian first lady Martine Moise was interview by Journalist Wendell Theodore on the TV show Le Point on Tele Metropole.
The first lady answer many questions in regards to her husband, president Jovenel Moise and a few allegations they made against her.
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Haitian President Jovenel Moise and his wife, first lady Martine Moise, welcomed Haitian-Japanese tennis champion Naomi Osaka and her family to the National Palace on Thursday November 8 2018.
Naomi Osaka was accompanied by her sister Mari Osaka, her Japanese mother Tamaki Osaka and her Haitian father Leonard Francois.
President Jovenel Moise tweets:
"The First Lady and I are pleased to welcome to the National Palace our compatriot Naomi Osaka, recent champion of the US Open, as part of a ceremony organized in her honor."
Here is a photo of Haitian President Jovenel Moise, U.S. President Donald Trump and the two first ladies, Melania Trump and Martine Moise during the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 73) in New York.
President Jovenel Moise tweets:
"Photo-souvenir avec le Président américain, Donald Trump et son épouse Mélania Trump, en marge de la 73e session de l'Assemblée Générale de l'ONU."
On Sunday, August 12 2018, Haitian first lady Martine Moise, accompanied by Croix-des-Bouquets Vice Delegue Gariga Narcisse visited 22-year-old Haitian mother Camicile Doresca who gave birth to 4 babies in Fonds-Parisien.
The first lady came bearing gifts to the young mother who solicited her assistance.
Haiti First Lady Martine Moise visit her neighbors, the victims of Pelerin 5 whose houses were torn down (VIDEO)
Haitian First Lady Martine Moise visited her neighbors Pelerin 5 on July 27 2018, the neighbors houses whose house were torn down earlier in the month and who blamed president Jovenel Moise for that happened.
Watch the video as the first lady walked on foot in the neighborhood of Pelerin 5 to meet some of the neighbors.
Martine Mose says: back in 2012 the government knocked down these houses, recently it happened again except this time, the opposition turned it to their advantage by saying it's President Jovenel Moise who sent people to do this because president Jovenel Moise does not want poor people around him.
"Me and the president are from the countryside," Martine Moise said, "I am from Andro outside Chansolme and the president is from Trou-du-Nord so what sence does it make for people like us to say we don't want poor people around us? We come from the lower class (klas pòv la)."
"It is the poor who voted for my husband to become president and that's why today I can call myself First Lady. If they have a problem I have to help them. that's why today I made time to come see what is happening."
Haiti President Jovenel Moise walking the streets of Port-au-Prince after gas price protests (VIDEO)
It's 2 o'clock in the morning Monday, July 09 2018, right after street protests due to the gas price hike, president Jovenel Moise was in the streets evaluating the damages. The president stops to thank the Haitian police officers who are working late at night to keep the people safe.
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First lady Martine Moise was also there by his side in the early morning hours.
The president also visited CIMO headquarters to give words of encouragements to these brave officers who work hard everyday to keep Haiti and its people safe.
Il est 2 heures du matin lundi 09 juillet 2018, juste après les manifestations de rue dues à la hausse des prix du gaz, le président Jovenel Moise était dans les rues pour évaluer les dégâts. Le président s'arrête pour remercier les policiers haïtiens qui travaillent la nuit pour assurer la sécurité des gens.
La première dame, Martine Moise, était également à ses côtés au petit matin.
Le président a également visité le siège de la CIMO pour adresser des mots d'encouragement à ces officiers courageux qui travaillent dur chaque jour pour assurer la sécurité d'Haïti et de ses habitants.