"I took them from the farm"
10 CommentsThis discussion is locked.
Yes, I think the -ni suffix is a general locative to indicate that you are referring to something as a place, rather than just as an object, e.g. 'the school is big'. So it can mean in, on, at, to, from etc., and you just have to work it out from the context. Anakuja shuleni means he is coming to school. He is coming from school would be anatoka shuleni.