"Mchana mwema Esther"
Translation:Have a good afternoon Esther
It depends on what noun class the modified noun falls under. Afternoon (mchana) is under the m-mi class, while morning (asubuhi) is under the n-class. Cf https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:Swahili_noun_classes and https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/ema#Inflection
If you listen to the audio for the entire sentence, it's right. However, if you hover over the first word, mchana, the audio is wrong (sounds like miaosita). (I'm reporting this as an audio problem.)
Western first names are fairly common in many parts of Africa. Especially Biblical names like Esther.
So would the name be pronounced as in English, or with "ther" like the first part of "therapy"?