ingine

ingine

(ɪnˈdʒiːn)
n
genius; natural talent; ingenium
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"Wachaneni na hii ingine inaitwa Punguza Gunia (ignore the other push to amend the laws)," Mr Odinga said at the requiem mass of the late Kibra MP Ken Okoth on Thursday.Leading a successful referendum would no doubt require a sizeable war chest to propel it and the goodwill of the political class to endear it to the masses.
"@DrRoselynAkombe and the late Msando are the only individuals who deserved awards, hiyo ingine ni porojo," @AchapaCornelius said.
Like many forestry-dependent communities, the city's pulp and paper making mill has traditionally been its economic ingine and main employer.
The DP said: 'Hiyo maneno ingine ya hapo mbele tumepanga sawasawasasa msikuwe na wasiwasi.' [All our future plans are on course.
"Nyinyi mandugu wetu wa ile mrengo ingine tusimame pamoja, msiturejesha huko chini mkitueleza mambo ya mamba.
"Kikiumana huko mujue tuko hii pande ingine na tuko na nafasi.
Kinsy Jena Dile, another mother said,"My daughter alipewa ingine ya door-to-door ile ya kwanza akaanza kupata convulsions." Loosely translated to.my daughter was vaccinated during the first door-to-door vaccination and she started having convulsion.