Parliamentary secretary industries and commerce Dr. K.C Nihoshe said society today was broken into fragments, what Nagas needed was to be united as consolidated group and to achieve its goal.
He was addressing the 18th annual freshers social of the Mount Olive College Kohima (MOCK) held at Sumi Baptist Church here today. He also urged students to work hard on their studies with dedication, discipline and determination and seek divine intervention into it. He reminded the students that from a smallest unit as college students from different tribes, we go to the bigger horizon of the society.
College Principal, N Tiwari also addressed the occasion. Yeshika K. Zhimomi welcomed the freshers on behalf of the seniors while Inakali Swu shared the appreciation on behalf of the freshers. The main attractions of the occasion were folklore by Lotha troupe, colors by student MOCK, indigeneous sirenby students MOCK, entertainment, talent show, guest band and variety show. Earlier, the celebration which was chaired by Viliebeinuo Miachieo began with curtain raiser by Evangelical Union, MOCK and invocation led by Hotokhu P. Zhimomi, Pastor Sumi Baptist Church Kohima. Welcome note was delivered by S John Kinny, General Secretary while the vote of thanks was proposed by Longshithong Kikon, AGS. The function concluded by seeking the blessings and benediction by Botoholi Achumi, Chaplain of MOCK.