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Tuesday, December 25, 2012

What is the Haitian proverb equivalent to "Too many chiefs and not enough Indians"? Meaning, there are too many leaders and not enough followers

Kabrit ki gen dis mèt mouri nan solèy.
The goat with ten masters dies in the sun.
or
Kabrit de mèt mouri nan poto
The goat with two masters dies tied to its post.
or
Chwal ki gen twòp mèt mouri nan poto.
The horse with too many masters dies tied to a post.

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