Moise Jean-Charles,
Politician Moise Jean-Charles talking to reporters. Photo via Moise Jean-Charles' Facebook account

CAP-HAITIEN — A renowned politician said Kenya may have similarities to Haiti but he does not trust the African nation to lead the multinational force to Haiti since Prime Minister Ariel Henry is involved.

“It’s a brother country, a country that looks like us,” Moïse Jean-Charles told reporters at Place d’Armes in Cap-Haitien on Thursday.


Politician Moïse Jean-Charles says Kenya is similar to Haiti, but he does not trust it to lead the multinational force.

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