- 16 U.S. residents, one Canadian and their Haitian driver were kidnapped in October.
- Protestors ask for the freedom of kidnapped missionaries during a protest on Oct. 19 close to the missionaries’ offices in Titanyen, north of Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
- Christian Aid Ministries stated Sunday that two of the kidnapped were freed.
Kidnapped individuals released in Haiti:
An Ohio-based church group states two of 17 kidnapped members of a missionary organisation have been released in Haiti.
Christian Aid Ministries stated on Sunday declaring the two “are safe, in good spirits and being cared for.”
It said it could not give the identities of those freed, why they were released or others’ learning.
“While we rejoice at this release, our hearts are with the 15 people who are still being held,” the group stated. Source – cbc.ca
The collection from Christian Aid Ministries was captured by the 400 Mawozo gangs on Oct. 16. There are five kids in the crowd of 16 U.S. residents and one Canadian. Their Haitian driver was also kidnapped.
The head of the 400 Mawozo organisations has warned to execute the prisoners unless the gang’s needs are satisfied. Authorities have said the gang was asking $1 million US per person, although it wasn’t instantly obvious that involved the kids in the crowd.
The U.S. government has asked U.S. citizens to leave Haiti because of the nation’s digging chance and the critical shortage of fuel. Canada declared on Friday it was removing all but necessary help from its embassy.