"I'm not a financial accountant, I haven't seen everything, but I think they had people go through the books and they did find some irregularities that were repaired, but as far as wholesale corruption -- I say 'no,'" Joseph explained during a visit to Nashville's Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Church in Tennessee. "It's not because Wyclef Jean is my nephew and I'm defending him but I know his heart is good and he's been doing good work in Haiti long, long before these people who have appeared on the scene."
Despite its tarnished reputation, Yele Haiti has raised close to $10 million towards the Haitian relief fund, and has done much to raise awareness about the cause.
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