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Tech Incubator Banj Devestated in Day of Protest for President's Resignation

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The Banj offices at Delmas 64 was looted during Friday's protest for the resignation of President Jovenel Moïse. Owner Marc Allain Beaucicauld was in tears over the space established to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation.

The main barrier gate was removed by the large crowd that marched up Delmas from Carrefour towards Petion-Ville. On the premises, demonstrators frustrated with the government and declining economy stole an inverter, water pump, and other equipment according to Beaucicauld who spoke on radio. Every office in the building, which houses radio station 94.7 FM was ransacked.

In Haiti, egregious acts of corruption, showing the President of the Republic Jovenel Moise and members of the regime squandering billions of state funds has led to calls for his resignation from office. The government wants raise taxes in this climate and is spending large sums of money to corrupt politicians while the general public lives in abject poverty.

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