Oonakuninga omaindilo gevi taya ningi iikengelela ya kunkililwa

31 August 2018 | Infrastructure

Kansela melelo lyoshilando shaVenduka, Hileni Ulumbu okwa gunu aatungi mboka taya longitha aantu taya lumbu nomaulema mokuninga omaindilo gevi.

Nonando inashi yelamo kutya iipotha ingaapi yoludhi ndoka ya dhidhilikwa, omupopiliko gwoshilando shaVenduka, Lydia Amutenya okwa lombwele oNamibian Sun kutya ngashiingeyi oku na omaindilo geli 170 gaantu taya lumbu nomaulema ngoka geli momusholondondo gwawo gwokutegelela.

“Ngoka omukalo tagu londo pombanda ngoka gwa dhidhilikwa kelelo,” Amutenya apopi.

Ulumbu okwa popi kutya “elelo olya nongele kutya ope na aakwashigwana mboka taya longitha aantu taya lumbu nomaulema mokuninga omaindilo gevi.”

Okwa gunu kutya oshi li oshimbuluma okukengelela nokuninga oombaapila dhiikengelela tadhi yambidhidha omaningo gomaindilo taga ningwa kaantu taya lumbu nomaulema.

Okwa kunkilile oshigwana unene aantu mboka taya lumbu nomaulema opo kaya ninge iihakanwa yiikengelela mbyoka tayi ningwa kaatungi , mboka taya ningi omaindilo taye ya longitha nuuna omaindilo gawo ga piti, otaye ya ekelehi.

Ulumbu okwa popi kutya omukalo ngoka nagu hule meendelelo.

Ulumbu okwa popi kutya elelo lyondoolopa olya taalela nale omukundu omunene gwomaindilo gevi ogendji nelelo oli li konima noonkondo unene momaindilo gevi gomalukalwa onkene aakwashigwana naya landule omilandu dhomondjila mokuninga omaindilo gevi.

Okwa popi kutya elelo lyawo otali kala aluhe lya tonata mokukwashilipaleka kutya olya tothwamo iilonga yuulingilingi.

JANA-MARI SMITH

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