The 34th general conference of Western Sumi Students' Union (WSSU) which began Wednesday at Toluvi village entered second day with MLA for 3 Dimapur-III A/C, Azheto Zhimomi gracing the session as chief guest.
Addressing huge gathering of students representing ten constituent units of WSSU, MLA stressed on the need for society to retrospect in all aspect of life, as to where they were lacking, and stride forward.
Cautioning students not become victims of greed, Zhimomi advised them to understand hardship of their parents. He also called upon students to make good use of things God has bestowed upon them and build society a better place to live in. Zhimomi also of the view that students' body should not be politicize.
MLA also urged that proper speaking and usage of their own dialect be encouraged among young members of the community.
The chief guest donated Rs. 50,000 each to WSSU and local students' union (host village), Rs. 25,000 to Highway Area Sumi Students' Union (host union) and Rs. 5,000 each to all participating units.
The inaugural session was chaired by HASSU president, Hukugha Tuccu; Rev. Phughoto Aye pronounced invocation; WSSU president Kaino Chishi administered presidential address; students of host village presented folk dance and WSSU assembly speaker, Katoshe Wotsa delivered vote of thanks.
Highlights of the inaugural function included various cultural and games competition.
In the evening session, DIG chief vigilance officer, NEPCO, G. Akheto Sema was the speaker. He spoke on the topic "enduring with our roots" while WSSU former president, Mughato Chophy chaired the session.