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Gakuyo arenda gītī gīa Thika

ByJoshua Macharia

Jul 18, 2020

By Joshua Macharia

Mutarani munene wa ngabana wa Kiambu uria uikaine ta Rev David Ngari kana Gakuyo nioete muerekera mweru wa kiuteti riria araugire ndarenda gītī kia ungabana arenda kia umbunge mwena wa Thika.

Miario ino aramigwetire riria marahinguraga tabarira ngurani cia thirikari nene oro undu umwe na cia kaunti.

Gakuyo uria urarekereirie miarwo ya gukumithia mwahu wa tangatanga arongoreirie mumbunge wa Thika Wainaina wa jungle Kuria augite mutongoria wa bururi mugathe Uhuru Kenyatta ndangituma murumiriri wa Tangatanga kuhingura mirandi ya thirikari nene.

“Okorwo niaremetwo ni wira ehere ninguuruta”,miario ya Rev David Ngari. Oho niongereire ndari na bata na gītī kia ūngabana arenda kiu kia wainaina.

Hon Patrick Wainaina Wa Jungle

Atongoria aya nimakoretwo magiukanirira riria Mumbunge wa Thika akoretwo akimenereria thirikari ya kaunti niundu wa guthukangia twīruru türīa twekiritwo twa atwarithia a nduthi.

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