Haiti Justice: Clame-Ocnam Dameus fighting back Fake News on Social Media

Port-au-Prince Haiti's Government Commissioner Clamé-Ocnam Daméus, has taken to Twitter to fight back misinformation that has become the norm among Haitians on Social Media.

PHOTO: Haiti - Ocnam Clamé Daméus - Commissaire de Gouvernement de Port-au-Prince
PHOTO: Haiti - Ocnam Clamé Daméus - Commissaire de Gouvernement de Port-au-Prince

Photos of letters that appear to be legitimate coming from Haitian government officials are proven to be false, made up and misleading to create more chaos in an already misinformed population.

Most Haitians believe everything they read on Social Media and Haitian government officials find themselves in a constant fight to deny misinformation circulating on social media. The commissioner says in a tweet that he will do whatever is necessary to fight against those people.

Lately, it has been the case of false letters showing up on social media asking citizens, some of them dead for years, to appear in front of the commissioner to be questioned in regards to the dilapidated PetroCaribe funds.


Clamé-Ocnam Daméus ‏- Twitter - Démanteler ce réseau de faussaires

"The Public Prosecutor's Office is quick to inform the public in general and those concerned in particular that false invitations to appear are circulating on social networks. All steps are being taken to dismantle this network of counterfeiters. Be vigilant and serene!" commissioner Clamé-Ocnam Daméus posted in a tweet dated October 28 2018.

In regards to the recent "Interdiction de Depart" supposed issuued against certain citizens including "Evens Paul," not to be confused with former prime minister Evans Paul, Commissaire Clamé-Ocnam Daméus had this to say on Twitter:


Clamé-Ocnam Daméus ‏- Twitter - Faux Interdiction de Départ

"The GC (Commissaire du Gouvernement) informs the general public that any departure order not bearing the signature of the GC and bearing the seal of the Public Prosecutor's Office is null and of no effect. The prosecution relies on the vigilance of everyone to avoid any confusion in this regard."

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