Martine Moïse, the wife of Haiti’s assassinated president, is dead, claims a post shared on Facebook in Nigeria in July 2021.
Haiti is an island nation in the Caribbean Sea.
The post claims that the “First Lady died from her injuries”, after being “rushed to hospital” and “despite the doctors’ best efforts”.
The post includes photos of the couple. But is Martine Moïse dead?
Alive and well
Moïse was seriously injured during the assassination and was flown to Florida in the US for medical treatment.
But on 17 July she spoke to the media from her hospital bed, confirming she was alive and well.
Moïse also spoke at her late husband’s funeral on 22 July.
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