Wilson Jeudy criticized previous administration for mismanagement of Delmas
June, 2016 - Newly elected Mayor of Delmas, Wilson Jeudy severely criticized previous administration who were nominated by Martelly's government to run the city. According to Jeudy, when he left there was over 40 million of gourdes, several materials, including vehicles. Now he only found 4 million with most materials in terrible condition.
Wilson Jeudy was the elected Mayor of the Municipality of Delmas. He once proposed to build a prison on the island of Gonâve where Ministers, MPs would find their final resting place. About five years ago when he was the Mayor before, his main priority was to help the population and to achieve that he even dreamed of becoming the President of Haiti. He was a presidential candidate in the 2010-11 election and received 6076 (or 0.57%) votes. He was born in Gonaives on October 10, 1963. Jeudy is a devoted Christian, a Law school graduate and minored in Psychology and Sociology (Human Relations). As a Mayor, Jeudy has a long list of achievements in development and constructional works like construction of markets, schools, roads, theatre halls, palaces and many others. Before the last election, he was issued his certificate of discharge by the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes (CSC/CA), certifying his management of public funds as the Principal Mayor of the Municipality of Delmas as well as the deputy mayors and other accounting of public funds. Recently, in June 2016, when he was re-elected as the Mayor of Delmas, he severely criticized the previous management of Delmas under Martelly administration for mismanagement of municipal fund. He said when he left there was over 40 million of gourdes in the municipal exchequer and several assets including vehicles. Now he found only 4 million gourdes in cash equivalents and rest of the assets in terrible condition.