Dear Editor,

HH DIDN’T INSULT UTUPUBA TULETALIKA
_MUNYOKO MEANS A FRIEND

Pa Munyoko
Mupe Munyoko
Bape Banyoko
Tupe tunyoko.
Munyoko is a Tonga word which means “A friend”.
“PA” is a Tonga word which means “GIVE” in English and it’s actually a doing word.

So, if someone wants to make a statement from these two Tonga words, a statement will go like… “Pa Munyoko”. meaning _give your friend._ That’s Tonga you’ll find from chief moonze which is normally called Cibizyi by the local people.
It’s not an insult ba PF
_UTUPUBA TULETALIKA_

Stanley Munyengwe

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3 COMMENTS

  1. What you call insults in your mother tongue are just kindergarten words in another language especially Tonga

    A water well in Tonga
    A friend in Tonga
    Salt in Tonga

  2. Of course…, did someone want to make something out of it? Munyoko means your friend, your brother or your sister. In fact the side of Tongaland I come from… Chief Hamusonde, Munyoko is either your brother or your sister. Munyoko is Mwana Wakwenu (brother or sister)

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