Haitian and African Leader Werley Nortreus removes himself from Haiti’s politics

By Gerlin Olin

Werley Nortreus, a young leader who has always been interested in becoming President of Haiti, says he is no longer interested right now, but he might in the future. He always wanted to become President of Haiti so that he could help that country change after many years of suffering. Unfortunately, he says he is not interested yet, but he does not know in the future, but he might. He says he does not want people to know that he is a member of the Haitian government. He says he has no relationship with the Haitian government.

After the death of former Haiti President Jovenel Moise, an earthquake hit Haiti and a lot of money entered that country. He says he knows nothing about the money, and says the Prime Minister and his government are in control of the money. He told the press that he is not yet the President of Haiti and has no control of the economy of the country yet. Many people are questioning him about the World Bank’s money to Haiti to create jobs. He says he knows nothing about it. He says he is not responsible for such things. He said he hopes that money goes to the right people.

Werley believes that the Prime Minister’s government and the international communities must be under investigations in the death of former President Jovenel. He says he does not want people to know that he is a member of the Haitian government. He says he has no relationship with the Haitian government.

Werley said it was Haiti’s bad leadership that made Republicans mistreat Haitian immigrants on the Texas bridge. The DHS chief stated that he gave the Haitian Prime Minister $ 5M to help these Haitian immigrants who landed in Haiti, but those immigrants who were deported said that they did not receive a penny of that money. Werley says he is not responsible and knows nothing about such things. Even Daniel Foote, who was sent by the United States to help Haiti, resigned because of the bad things he saw under Haiti.

Werley said he is not yet President of Haiti and is not interested yet, but he does not know in the future if he will be interested. He says he distances himself from Haiti politics to protect his life and the lives of his family because Haitians do not give importance to human life. He states that it is a waste of time because Haitians are not a nation that gives people the desire to make sacrifices for them because of their behaviors.

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About Joel Cholo Brooks 13584 Articles
Joel Cholo Brooks is a Liberian journalist who previously worked for several international news outlets including the BBC African Service. He is the CEO of the Global News Network which publishes two local weeklies, The Star and The GNN-Liberia Newspapers. He is a member of the Press Union Of Liberia (PUL) since 1986, and several other international organizations of journalists, and is currently contributing to the South Africa Broadcasting Corporation as Liberia Correspondent.
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