For the people taking this, as well as any other course, who want to get a feel for how the language sounds, here's my tip. Go to Youtube, and look for the news in your target language. For swahili learners, BBC Swahili is a good way to practice listening, as well as stay up to date with current events. Thank you, Marahaba.
This audio is already in Forvo. As some pronunciations are very similar to Spanish (a little similar to Italian also) I would say the sound of ny is the same as Spanish ñ or Italian gn (example: baño / bagno, bathroom) and the stress is on the penultimate syllable (m)nyo-RO-ro (the first syllable is prenasalized with m.)