Cinthia Lopez, Survivor In Managua Fire, Curses Ortega and His Descendants

“I curse Daniel Ortega, his family and all his descendants,” said Cinthia López, the survivor of the fire in the barrio Carlos Marx in Managua.

The young woman, who threw herself off the balcony of her house, in the middle of the tragedy made a heartbreaking video where she blames the Government for the death of her family.

- payin the bills -

“To everyone on the Internet I tell you that my whole family is dead, they burned my house, I tried to leave because I threw myself off the balcony … the children are dead, my father, my brother, my mother,” said Lopez, mother of the eight month old child who died in the fire.

Source (in Spanish): 100% Noticias

- paying the bills -

Related Articles

Streets of Managua flooded due to effects of Iota

QCOSTARICA - Many streets in Nicaragua's capital city, Managua, were flooded...

Maskless Ortega receives the Torch of Independence and raises Nicaragua flag

(TODAY NICARAGUA) Amid a strong police deployment, riot police and private...

MOST READ

Rosario Murillo: La Heredera (The Heiress)

Rosarion Murillo, the "eternally loyal" to her husband and political partner, Daniel Ortega. In a profile by Confidencial in October 2016, before her election as...

Better Air Connectivity Between Nicaragua and the US

The private companies' association is in talks with United Airlines to promote the opening of a route that connects Nicaragua with the east coast...

Nicaragua Unveils Central America’s Largest Baseball Stadium

Nicaragua has unveiled its long-awaited baseball stadium in Managua, replacing the former baseball field built in 1948. The new structure will hold up to...

Bianca Jagger Gets Into The Nicaragua Act Again

(American Thinker)  Remember Bianca Jagger? You know, the disco queen and former rock-star's wife turned leftwing "human rights activist" who was last seen mourning...

What Are Some of Nicaragua’s Popular Food?

TODAY NICARAGUA - Nicaragua is an interesting place, with a tumultuous history and a relatively peaceful present. and even if many things can be...

Nicaragua Praised by the IMF

The IMF noted the positive evolution of all the country's economic indicators, and the drastic fall in poverty, with an increase of 33% in...

Poll Shows Declining Expectations on a Nicaraguan Canal

According to the results of the most recent survey conducted by Cid Gallup, the Nicaraguan interoceanic canal project, a concession given to the Chinese...

Let's Keep This Going!

To be updated with all the latest news and information about Nicaragua and Latin America.

Log In

Forgot password?

Forgot password?

Enter your account data and we will send you a link to reset your password.

Your password reset link appears to be invalid or expired.

Log in

Privacy Policy

Add to Collection

No Collections

Here you'll find all collections you've created before.