Haiti President Jovenel Moise
Here is a photo of Haitian President Jovenel Moise speaking in Marchand Dessalines, 17 October 2018.
Haitian president Jovenel Moise went to Pont Rouge on October 17 2018 as part of the commemoration of the death of Jean-Jacques Dessalines, one of the forefathers of Haitian independence.
Dessalines was assassinated at Pont Larnage (now known as Pont-Rouge) north of the capital cityof Port-au-Prince on 17 October 1806.
President Jovenel went to Pont-Rouge to deposit a wreath of flowers for the Emperor.
On Friday October 12, 2018, Haitian President Jovenel Moise visited the Commissariat of Petionville led by the Chief Commissioner (Commissaire Principal) Monelus Gospel.
Haitian President Jovenel Moise sat down to have a talk with Petionville police Commissioner Monelus Gospel during a short visit to the police department
On Friday October 12, 2018, Haitian President Jovenel Moise visited the Commissariat of Petionville led by the Chief Commissioner (Commissaire Principal) Monelus Gospel
In Mid-June 2017, President Jovenel Moise promised to electrify Haiti 24/7 in 24 months (Electricité 24 sur 24)
One of the biggest promises president Jovenel Moise made to the people of Haiti is to electricity 24/7 in 24 months. That promise was made back in June 2017. Will the president keep that promise?
"Haiti does not face a problem of energy production," President Jovenel said. "You can buy 1000 megawatts of electricity if you want."
"The real challenge lies in distribution. The electricity grid in the metropolitan area, stretching from Cote-des-Arcadins to Leogane, was built to serve 300,000 people. Today, nearly 4 million people live in this space. 80% of these 45 circuits in this network are not working properly. That said, this network needs to be renovated."
President Jovenel Moise and PM Ceant at Gros-Morne Police Station, damaged after the October earthquake
The Police station in Gros-Morne suffered some damages after during the October 6 2018 earthquake Haitian president Jovenel Moise and Prime Minister Jean Henry Ceant went to Gros-Morne to see for himself
The 5.9 magnitude earthquake caused loss of life and lots property damages in the city of Gros-Morne.
The president wanted to see first hand how the population is doing in the aftermath.