Kohima village peace club inaugurated
DIMAPUR: Kohima village peace club cum induction programme was inaugurated on October 4 at Kohima village in presence of Atuolie Mepfhü-o, chairman, Kohima village council. In his message, the chairman said there was no one in this world who does not deserve peace, and lauded the initiative taken by Peace Channel in this present scenario. Victor Kevilhouthie Yhome, coordinator, Kohima district, Peace Channel presented the concept, vision and objectives of the Peace Channel movement to the gathering. Others who spoke at the programme included Neidonuo, chairperson, Awakening Bells Centre, Sister Biya, Medical Mission Sisters and Medoitseinuo Whuorie. Medochülie Pienyü, associate pastor, Baptist Revival Church invoked God’s blessings over the programme. On the occasion, 22 youth took the peace pledge.
DPO Wokha bade farewell
DIMAPUR: Department of social welfare Wokha district on October 5 bade farwell to Yihamo Patton district programme officer ICDS Wokha, who retired from his length of service on September 30 as assistant director/ DPO. The farwell programme was held at DWO office building Wokha. Yanrenthung Kikon CDPO Wozhuro spoke on behalf of the department. Subordinate officers from the department who spoke included Nyanlumo Patton, supervisor, Kocheo Lotha, supervisor, Yenbemo UDA, DWO office Wokha, Thungchibemo Murry, former vice chairman Wokha Town Council, Motsuthung Lotha, former member Wokha Town Council, Renbomo Patton, soil conservation officer and Sacheo Odyuo J.E, electrical.
KCCA: Konyak Catholic Church Association (KCCA) has felicitated Rev Sister Alice Nemang Konyak, daughter of H. Leangin Konyak from Mon parisj and Rev. Sister Lucy Elang Konyak, daughter of Yangbo Konyak from Holy Redeemer Parish Tobu, on their first profession as sisters of Adoration of Blessed Sacrament (SABS) on September 25 at Holy Cross Parish Dimapur. The association also congratulated other sisters from Nagaland and other northeastern states who were professed on the same day.
LVSU: Longsa Village Students’ Union has felicitated Dr. T. Zarenthung Ezung, assistant professor Nagaland University, son of Thepeno Ezung, on being conferred PH.D from the department of economics, NU on the topic “Nutrition and property assessment in Nagaland”, a case study under Wokha district under the supervision of Dr. T. Kilanga Jamir. The union stated that he was the first scholar from the department from Longsa Village and wished him a bright future.
SCAN: Sumi Chess Association Nagaland has expressed sorrow on the unfortunate demise of Atovi Kiho, former general secretary of SCAN, who was killed in a hit and run accident on October 4 near Kohima war cemetery. The SCAN lamented the loss of its fraternity and also conveyed its condolences to the bereaved family.