Former minister Rokonicha Kuotsu Tuesday encouraged the mothers to be a leading light for future generation. Addressing a huge women gathering at Chakhroma Women Organisation (CWO) silver jubilee celebration at CPO hall, Chumukedima town, Rokonicha felicitated the organisation for the achievement and the services rendered for the welfare of society and urged them to uphold good works to necessitate better relationship and co-operation.
Over 1500 women, and public leaders including Sano Vamuzo, chairperson, Nagaland women commission, chairman, Chumukedima town council of APO, AWO CPO, CSU, Naga Council, CYO, CSU, NAWO, SAWO, WAWO, TWO, ADC, Dimapur, and other public leaders joined the grand silver jubilee celebration
Incepted in December 14, 1984, Chakhroma Women Organisation (CWO) which comprises of 36 villages.
Earlier, guest of honour, engineer Kevisekho Kruse Director, CCDU, PHED in his address emphasized on global village which provided opportunities as well as dangers in the present context. He said, as the world today was like a global village, one should know how to survive economically and morally adding close relationship had to be maintained with God in order to contribute to the society, village and nation.
Chairperson, Nagaland women commission Sano Vamuzo, who was also present at the occasion exhorted the gathering to maintain better networking to uplift the society and nation in eradicating social evils such as alcohol and drugs. She said mothers should play vital role to check social evils and also highlighted the dangers of child trafficking and importance of girl-child trafficking. Reiterating on 33% seats reservation for women and the chairperson said demand for 33% reservation was not to oppose men folk but to let women know their rights.
Chakhroma Public Organisation president, also spoke on the occasion.
Earlier, the chief guest unveiled the jubilee stone monolith and CWO silver jubilee souvenir was released by the guest of honour. The jubilee celebration was marked by cultural songs presented by Rüzaphema Women Organisation and Medziphema village women organisation.