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Thursday, December 6, 2018 ((rezonodwes.com)) – The day of the young speaker very committed to the social and director of the publication of the online newspaper Haiti Reyel, James Kenley Jean-Baptiste, nearly turned into a tragedy, Wednesday, December 5, at the entrance of Delmas 30.
Returning from a training organized by the OIF (International Organization of the Francophonie ) on entrepreneurship at the Ciné Triomphe, Kenley Jean-Baptiste, also a student finishing at the State University of Haiti (Sces Politiques et Sciences Juridiques) was attacked around 7 pm by a trio of armed thugs who ordered to empty his pockets and give them everything he had in his hands
“I was aboard a minibus taking the route Portail-Delmas, sitting on the seat next to the driver . They threatened me and forced me to get off the vehicle, “said Jean-Baptiste still in shock to an editor of Rezo Nòdwès.
The bandits dispossessed him, among other things, of his laptop, passport and smartphone while launching serious insults and threats and leaving his arms dangling.
A police patrol, passing through the area, tried to find, in vain, the traces of the attackers of the young Kenley Jean-Baptiste who , currently trying to recover from this fear.
“I felt dejected, distraught and ready to give everything to save my life, even the shoes I wore. Because I agree, like André Malraux, that a life is worth nothing, but nothing is worth a life. Do not kill me, it's just to assure succinctly that there is hope for Haiti, “Kenley Jean-Baptiste said philosophically.