Synonyms for iroga or Related words with iroga

omondi              shabangu              kapmatana              bassaw              rwamuhanda              ngeno              okoth              agyepong              yambasu              mokoka              puriza              chelule              kasinda              katoatau              mburu              muturi              ochan              bolarinwa              nyariki              lwiza              aholelei              skosana              tsabedze              nausien              ocholla              notere              wafula              kirochi              snaer              morapedi              molisingi              mugisha              nderitu              nartey              kipkemoi              chappory              kimitei              mukomana              ngauamo              chichirua              attoh              chemut              kpundeh              chirchir              ruyange              leyow              wambua              kwemoi              kelai              kangogo             



Examples of "iroga"
Jack Iroga (born September 29, 1986) is a sprinter from the Solomon Islands.
Former president was ex decathlete James Iroga. Current president is Martin Rara. He was elected in November 2012.
The Solomon Islands' Chief of Staff, Robert Iroga, said that the New Zealand Government's actions damaged New Zealand's image as a "friendly government" in the South Pacific. He added that communications within the inner circle of the Solomons Government was "highly secret information" that rightfully belong to the Solomon Islanders. In addition, Iroga accused New Zealand officials of bullying-behavior in trade negotiations and alleged that New Zealand had shared information regarding Taiwanese aid money with China.
On 15 March 2015, the journalists Nicky Hager and Ryan Gallagher reported in the "New Zealand Herald" that the GCSB was using the NSA's internet mass surveillance system XKeyscore to intercept email communications from several leading Solomon Islands government ministers, the Solomons Islands Truth and Reconciliation Commission, and the Solomons anti-corruption campaigner Benjamin Afuga. In response the New Zealand Minister of Foreign Affairs Murray McCully downplayed reports of the spying disclosures by asserting that Pacific Islands ministers "were smart enough not to believe what they read in New Zealand newspapers." He also offered to discuss their concerns about the mass surveillance program in private. The Solomons Chief of Staff, Robert Iroga, has condemned the New Zealand Government's actions for damaging New Zealand's image as a "friendly government" in the South Pacific. He added that communications within the inner circle of the Solomons Government was "highly secret information" that rightfully belong to the Solomon Islanders.