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“Gutiri wa nda na wamugongo” Ndindi kwira Uhuru

ByJoshua Macharia

Jul 8, 2020

By Joshua Macharia

Hon.Ndindi Nyoro akiaria mwena Wa Kiharu

Mumbunge wa kiharu Hon.Ndindi  Nyoro nioritie mutongoria wa bururi abute wira minister wa thirikari cia matura niwe Hon. Eugene Wamalwa thutha wa guthii mīcemanio ya kiuteti īrīa īratuika ni ya gubanga ruriri rwa Baluyha niundu wa githurano kia 2022.

Mumbunge uyu wa kiharu aritie miario ino e gichigo ini giake kia mbunge kuria oritie gitumi kinene gia kuiga Wamalwa wira ini ona thutha wa gwitana na guthii micamanio īigana una ya kiuteti kuria murunawe uria wari minister wa urimi Hon. Mwangi  kiunjuri aabutirwo kuria Ndindi augite niundu waguthii mucemanio umwe tu na ambunge a gitaru gia kirima gia kirinyaga mwena wa Embu.

“Ndironire muthenya ungi  minister uyu agicemania na atongoria akuma mwena wa ithuiro ria bururi magibanga mwerekera wao wa kiuteti  na Kiunjuria athire mucemanio o umwe na agibutwo. Kwa uguo Wamalwa eka giiko ota okiu,araiyukio ta araruita wira wigainii na itugi iria inya cia mutongoria wa bururi”,miario ya Ndindi Nyoro.

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2 thoughts on ““Gutiri wa nda na wamugongo” Ndindi kwira Uhuru”
  1. Nyoro nî kûra orîte…..He seems not to know how politics is unfolding in this country….. Tûtigwîtîkîra atûtware mûng’ethanîro as kiharu people……. UhuruAkoSawa

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