"Sitaki kukimbia hata kidogo!"
Translation:I do not want to run even one bit!
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Sitaki is present tense ("I do not want"). The negative present marker is an -i on the end of Bantu verbs (as well as a negative subject and nothing I'm the tense position).
Future tense is sitataka ("I will not want"). The future marker -ta- is used in both positive and negative verbs, with only the negative subject prefix indicating that it's negative.