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MANAKO | Kelvin Davis

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I tēnei wā tonu, ka huri anō ki te takiwā o Te Ihu o Mataoho. Kei runga i te tokotoko waea a Kelvin Davis, Minita o Te Arawhiti, hei māngai kōrero mō te taha o te Kāwanatanga me te Karauna mo tēnei take whenua.

Ko ētahi o ngā kōrero o te Minita nei e whakamārama ana i ngā take e kore ai te Kāwana e kokoti ai ngā mahi o ngā whenua kei Ihumātao, otirā,ngā 48 eka e kore ai te Karauna e pīrangi te whakahoki ki ngā whānau o Ihumātao,me te aha, ka puaretia ngā taunga kerēme katoa kua oti ake i ngā tau kua pahure. Whakarongo mai rā.

 

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