It had seemed that the others were in agreement, regarding Nahyuta's role in this rebuilding of Sunagakure. With a nod, he smiled, and began to make his way off when some fresh faces made their entrance to the scene. Most notably was the sickening smell of fermented rice wine that had found itself invading Nahyuta's senses. He turned his nose up, hoping to avoid having to smell it if he could help so. The source was unsurprising to the monk, being all but familiar with Kisora's alcoholic tendencies. Between her thirst for alcohol and propensity for gambling, the Last Rites Prosecutor looked at her as the antithesis of his very being. So, naturally, when she arrived at the scene of the destruction, he was all but eager to make his exit.
"......Good day to you, Sunba-san. May the Holy Mother shine her light upon you on this day. Preferably, enough to cleanse you of sin for good this time."
Nahyuta greeted the Jounin with only enough warmth in his smile to remain polite, despite his detest for her, and offered a prayer. After all, she did
Thankfully, some others began to show up. Ayane next, who seemed to be in a bit of a hurry. And then there was Christine, whom he had yet to meet, but seemed eager enough to help out. To those two, he offered a kind bow of the head and a smile.
"Hello to you two, as well. I'm afraid I was just on my way out, but I hope today finds you well, in lieu of what has transpired. Blessings of the Holy Mother to you both. Now, if you'll excuse me..."
Nahyuta raised his hands to adjust the collar of his sherwani, and once he found comfort, he set off to locate construction crew.