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Zunheboto Road show concludes with cultural fervor
Published on 15 Nov. 2010 12:22 AM IST
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Road Show –cum- Ahuna concluded on Sunday with minister for School Education & SCERT, Nyeiwang Konyak as the chief guest.
Speaking on the occasion Konyak conveyed appreciation to state chief minister, Neiphiu Rio for his wisdom and foresightedness for having organized the Road Shows all over the State along with the festival of the tribes of the Nagas.
He also said that the Road Shows have been a major success which has brought the people closer to the government and the policy makers in the state by way of being exposed to the vast potentials of Nagaland at the grass root level. He added that the process will help the policy makers to think and design new perspectives for the development of the state and people as well as educating the people regarding the policies and programme of the government, and will have a deep and lasting effect on the development of the state.
Regarding the bogus teacher issue, he assured to take initiative in regularizing the genuine adhoc teachers while adding that presently there are 19000 teachers in the state.
President Sumi Hoho, Hokishe Yepthomi while delivering welcome speech thanked chief minister Neiphiu Rio and his government for fulfilling the long cherished dream of Zunheboto people by creating the post of Superintendent Engineer, Zunheboto. He also appealed to the government for regularization of genuine adhoc teachers.
Earlier, a short speech on Ahuna was delivered by Chief Advisor, ZTC, Huskha Yeptho. Welcome speech was delivered by the President Sumi Hoho, Hokishe Yepthomi and vote of thanks was proposed by the President SKH, Kakihe Yeptho.
Other highlights of the programme included demonstration of Ahuna, Sumi warrior dance, indigenous games competition, prize distribution and cultural presentation.
The programme began with devotion by Dr. Hokheto Chophi and benediction pronounced by the Pastor NCRC Zunheboto. The programme was chaired by Chairman CCFZ, Y. Vihoshe Murru.
The people of Zunheboto celebrated Ahuna the premier festival of Sumi Naga tribe on the second day with great zeal.

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