Haiti’s first lady posts photos from hospital, thanks ‘guardian angels’

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The wife of Haiti’s assassinated President Jovenel Moïse has shared the first images of herself in a Florida hospital — saying she still can’t believe her husband is gone.

Martine Moïse posted two photos on Twitter from her bed at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami, where she is recovering from the July 7 attack at the couple’s residence.

“Thank you for the team of guardian angels who helped me through this terrible time. With your gentle touch, kindness and care, I was able to hold on. Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!” the 47-year-old wrote.

According to a translation from Creole in another tweet, she said the pain of losing her husband of 25 years “will never pass.”

“I still don’t believe that my husband has gone like this before my eyes without saying a last word to me,” Moïse wrote.

The grieving widow appears downcast as she is propped up on a large pillow with her right arm heavily bandaged.

Her latest comments come days after she ripped her husband’s enemies, accusing them of wanting to “to kill his dream, his vision, his ideology.” 

“I’m alive, thanks to God,” Moïse said Saturday. “But I love my husband, Jovenel. We fought together for more than 25 years. During all these years, love radiated within the home. But suddenly, the mercenaries came and pelted my husband with bullets. 

“You have to be a notorious criminal without guts to assassinate a president like Jovenel Moïse with impunity, without giving him the chance to speak,” she added.

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