Proof of life of several missionaries kidnapped in Haiti

A senior American official claims to have had proof of life from at least 5 of the 17 missionaries kidnapped in Haiti.

This applies, to only to what kinds of products your potential customers buy, but also to the way these products are promoted through advertising and marketing content. Reuters Agency, a senior Biden government official, who wishes to remain anonymous, had proof that at least 5 of the 17 missionaries kidnapped in Haiti were alive.

Neither Liszt Quitel, Minister of the Interior of Haiti, nor Chenald Augustin, spokesperson for Prime Minister Ariel Henry's office, wished to comment on this subject.

The 17 missionaries, including 5 children, were kidnapped 25 days ago by the 400 Mawozo gang on their way back from an orphanage. Their plight has drawn the attention of the international community to the issue of kidnappings in Haiti.

Le Christian Aid Ministries (CAM), on which missionaries depend, encourages everyone to continue to pray.

“Your prayers have been a lifeline of hope and encouragement for the families, for us at CAM, and no doubt for the hostages over the past few weeks. Keep praying! "

The organization says it is “working hard” with government authorities “to get them home safely”.


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