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Published on 26 Nov. 2010 11:55 PM IST
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ACCC 10 Northern Angami -1 A/C new team
DIMAPUR: General secretary (admn), Kohima District Congress Committee (KDCC) Viseyienuo Keretsü informed that president DCC Kohima has approved the list of office bearers of ACCC 10 Northern Angami -1 A/C. Following are the list of the new team- president, V.Neiba Pienyü; vice presidents, Meselhoulie Rame, Theyiesatuo Liezietsu, and Neiphrelie Kire; general secretary, Theja-u Suokhrie, treasurer Kenyie-o Solo, secretary Khriesanyu Peinyü; and advisor, Selie Yiese. List of frontal chiefs are president AYC, Neikuo Sachü, president Mahila, Neisatuo-ü, president NSUI (unit), president Seva Dal, Rt. Havildar Ngutsolie Kire.
Zunheboto district farmers’ tour
DIMAPUR: With a view to sensitize farmers to sustainable integrated hill farming system, ATMA Zunheboto organized a week-long exposure tour for farmers of Zunheboto district to Sikkim which concluded on November 21. The team visited a number of organic farms including Kiwi cultivation area and fruit preservation centre etc. Farmer to farmer interaction was also held in order to get first hand information on cultivation and marketing aspect. A total of 18 farmers including women, from two blocks of the district participated in the tour. The team was led by SDAO Satakha Hukato and SMS Zunheboto D.K. Chetri.
NSH elects new office bearers
DIMAPUR: Northern Sumi Hoho (NSH) during its general meeting elected new team of office bearers for the session 2010-13 at Amboto (new) on November 19. The Hoho added that Zalipu Achumi has been elected as president, Vihoto Yeptho as vice president, and K.Himahito Chishi as general secretary among two other members.
More flay GNM, criticism on Rev. Dr. Anjo
DIMAPUR: Various organizations have flayed a write up that appeared in some local dailies on November 22, where one Thomas Khuvung leveled allegations at NBCC general secretary Rev. Dr. Anjo Keikung in the backdrop of the NBCC-GMN controversy. Taking serious note over the allegation, Phom Students’ Conference (PSC) flayed the “malicious attack” against Rev. Dr. Anjo and demanded that the writer proved his allegations or retract his statement and tender “unconditional apology” to Rev. Dr. Anjo at the earliest.
KBBB: Konyak Baptist Bumeinok Bangjum (KBBB) has conveyed its support for the decision of Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) with regard to the activities of Good News Mission (GNM). KBBB executive secretary Chemyuh Konyak stated in a release that NBCC had every right to defend its “true faith” and protect its constituent members from such “false teachers”. It also reminded Churches and members under KBBB not to participate or subscribe to any activities launched by the Good News Mission. Meanwhile, KBBB condemned the personal attack on Rev. Dr. Anjo Keikung in a local daily, terming the allegation as “unethical and defamation” case. Any individual or group creating confusion to the believers and working against the existing Church would be dividing the unity of Church as the body of Christ, KBBB stated.
SBAK Nito Mount: Sumi Baptist Churches Association (SBAK) Nito mount has extended support at the stance of Nagaland Baptist churches Council (NBCC) against Good News Mission (GNM) from Korea in conducting a Bible crusade in Dimapur. In connection to the allegation that pronounced GNM organization from Korea indulging in heretical teachings against the Baptist faith, SBAK cautioned all Sumi Baptist Churches and believers under the SBAK Nito Mount to be aware of the activities and events organized by GNM.
LMTI: Leprosy Mission Trust India (LMTI) Nagaland branch Wokha has termed it “unfortunate” that “certain individuals” criticized NBCC general secretary on the question of protecting the church from what was said to be a “heretic” group. While pointing that criticizing a leader for “protecting the spiritual welfare of his flock” was uncalled for, LMTI Nagaland branch promotional secretary Rev. N.T. Murry stated all “faithful” must unite to safeguard the Church.
KUD: Khuvung Union Dimapur (KUD) strongly condemning the write up of Thomas Khuvung. The union said that there was no such name in the 50 households of clan members residing in and around Dimapur. KUD chairman Nzanbemo Khuvung and secretary K. Mhonchumo Lotha in a press release stated the intent of the writer was to “tarnish and malign” the image of the clan in particular and Lothas in general. Denying that it had anything to do with the issue, KUD further stated that it would not be held responsible in the matter. KBAN Khaibung has warned Churches and her members not to associate with GNM’s activities and make any compromise in connection with the issue of New Doctrines brought in by them.
LBA: Liangmai Baptist Association (LBA) has affirmed its support to the decision of NBCC regarding the Good News Mission (GNM). Liangmai Baptist Association executive secretary Rev. Kamwang Rentta said the association were not part of it (GNM) and would not be associating with it even in future. Stating that “NBCC`s stand is our stand”, LBA cautioned its churches members to be wary and vigilant of GNM activities and not to associate with them.
KBA: Kuki Baptist Association (KBA) also extended its support to NBCC stand in boycotting the recently concluded crusade organized by the Good News Mission (GNM). The KBA has further informed its members not to associate with GNM’s activities or compromise in connection with the issue of New Doctrines brought in by GNM.

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