Eteyo lyomiti shaaheli paveta mOhangwena

13 June 2019 | Environment

ILENI NANDJATO

Aanambelewa yegameno lyomakuti moshitopolwa shaHangwena kaye na ontseyo kombinga yelanditho lyiiti oshowo eteyo lyiiti ndyoka tali ningwa moshitopolwa shoka.

Aateyi yomiti shaaheli paveta otaya longele mondjila yEenhana-Okongo-Mpungu moka taya landithile woo iiti mbyoka ya kutha komiti ndhoka ya teya moshitopolwa shaHangwena. Kape na omikanda dha gwandjwa nokupitika eteyo ndyoka, okuza kaanambelewa yomakuti.

Oshifokundneki shoNamibian Sun osha nongele kutya aakwashigwana yamwe po mUukwanyama otaya teya po omiti nokulanditha po omiti ndhoka onga omikalo dhokwiimonena iiyemo.

Kaye na aalandi yontumba nenge omalandithilo ihe ohaya landitha ku kehe gumwe ngoka ta piti pondjila ndjoka na okwa hala omiti.

Iiti mbyoka itayi landithwa kondando yooN$60 nooN$250 moshiti shimwe.

Sho a ningilwa omapulo, Omunambelewa Omukuluntu gwomakuti moshitopolwa shaHangwena, Moses Moses okwa popi kutya ombelewa ye kayi na ontseyo kombinga yeteyo nelanditho lyomiti moshitopolwa.

Okwa popi kutya ombelewa yawo inayi gandja omikanda ndhoka tadhi pitika eteyo nenge elanditho lyomiti moshitopolwa nonando aalandithi yomiti dhoka oya lombwele oNamibian Sun kutya oya kala nokushi ninga okuza momvula ya piti.

“Shapo ongele opo ya tameke, katu na ontseyo kombinga yaantu mboka. Kandi wete ya kala taye shi ningi uule wethimbo ele,” Moses a popi.

Omulandithi gumwe ngoka ina hala okupopya edhina lye, okwa popi kutya ongeshefa otayi ende nawa na ota ningi iimaliwa, na okwa kala mongeshefa ndjoka okuza omvula ya piti.

Okwa popi kutya pooha nondjila mpoka haya landithile opo owala haya vulu okulanditila ihe ongeshefa otayi nana aalandi oyendji.

Okwa tsikile kutya ohaya tete iiti ongula onene na ohaya uhala taya landitha, na ohaya nana unene aantu mboka taya fala iimuna yawo komudhingoloko ngoka nenge opo ya landa omapya gawo. Uupyakadhi mboka hawu kala po owomalweendo owala gokufala iiti komahala gawo omolwa oshinano.

“Mesiku ohatu tete omiti dhi li pokati komiti ntano nenge omulongo. Ohatu penduka potundi ontitatu na otatu longele owala mokuti katu li pevi lyomuntu.

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