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Felicitation notes
Nov 11:
Published on 12 Nov. 2010 12:30 AM IST
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TUKD: Tsaphimi Union Kohima Dimapur (TUKD) and Village council have felicitated Rec. Akhato L. Achumi, pastor Pughoboto Baptist Church on being ordained at SBS Biennial Session at Trinity Theological College Dimapur on October 25. The unions stated that it was a proud moment for the community to have the 2nd ordained pastor from Tsaphimi village. The union further felicitated Rev. Hotokhu Zhomomi, pastor Sumi Aphuyemi Baptist Church on being ordained.
ACU: Angami Catholic Union (ACU) has wished the new team of Catholic Association of Nagaland (CAN) headed with Nosazol Charles as president and Elias T. Lotha as general secretary the very best in their future endeavor.
SCLF: Surumi Church Leaders Fellowship (SCLF) has congratulated Khumtsa Awomi pastor, Melahumi B/C of Surumi village, Zutovi Yepthomi, pastor Naghuto New B/C of Surumi village, and Picuto Yepthomi, executive secretary SBAK (Aizuto) of Zungti village for their ordination during SBAK Bible Conference held at Lizu New village from November 5 to 7. SCLF also extended gratitude to SBAK Aizuto ordination committee for inducting ordained ministers under the association.
SCC: Salt Christian college Dimapur, has felicitated Vimazonuo Khusoh for securing 1st position in painting competition, Lakiumong Yimchunger for securing 3rd position in extempore speech competition, Neizovotuo Khusoh for securing 3rd position in the debate competition and Salt Christian college (group) for securing 1st position in dance competition at Zoommax 2010 organized by SETAM, Nagaland university.
NSCOA: Nagaland State Co-operative Officers’ Association (NSCOA) Kohima, has felicitated Imkonglemla Longkumer for being promoted to the post of registrar of co-operative societies, Nagaland under co-operation department. The association further hoped that under her leadership, the department would achieve more heights in the near future. The association also wished the outgoing registrar of co-operation societies, Nagaland success in her future endeavors.
TVC: Thetsümi Village Council (TVC) has felicitated Kevekhalo Lasuh on being conferred Ph. D. from the Asian Centre for Theological Studies and Mission (ACTS), South Korea. The council further hoped that he would serve the people to enlarge God’s Ministry and that his achievement would be an encouragement for the upcoming generation and wished him success in his new endeavors.
ATKK: Awohumi Tughalo Kichemi Kuqhakulu (ATKK) office bearers have felicitated Er. Pukhavi Kinimi for being promoted to the post of RTO in the department of transport.
NVSU: Nakshou Village Staff Union (NVSU) has felicitated W. Chingmak (Bhumpak) and I. Khoney, on their promotion to STO treasury Tuensang and assistant superintendent assembly secretariat. The president of the Nakshou village staff union S. Thungti, on behalf of the villagers wished them the best in their future endeavor and hoped that they would continue to help towards the common cause of the society.
AST: Aichi Saghemi Tughalomi Kuqhakulu, (ASTK) Kohima has felicitated Tito Aye, son of Khunito Aye who recently was appointed as protection office under the State Welfare Society, through an exam conducted by the department. Chairman, Aichi Saghemi Community, Kohima, K.V.Nurumi has lauded Tito Aye for bringing laurels to the community and hoped that he would continue to shine in his future endeavors.
NLVSU: Nrung Longidang Village Students’ Union (NLVSU) has congratulated Nrung Longidang village cultural club for winning the 1st and 2nd position in the folk dance and folk song competition during Tokhü Emong festival-cum-Road Show, Wokha.
Meanwhile, NLVSU has expressed gratitude to agriculture minister, Dr.Chumben Murry; parliamentary secretary, Y. Patton; Kyong Hoho O. Zareni Ezung; Tsarenthung Ezung, Khumdemo Murry, Hachanbemo Ngullie and elders for their physical and financial help during the Tokhu Emong-cum-road show at Wokha.

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