Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) assembly speaker, Kelhouneizo Andrew Yhome maintaining that education has become the passport to survival and to be relied on, said one has to study, work hard and acquire degree to be successful in life.
Gracing the valedictory function of the 48th annual general conference of Mao Students Union (MSU) as chief guest at Punanamei in Senapati district of Manipur on December 31 last, Yhome also stressed on quality education saying education would help students face different challenges of life.
He said quality education covers reading, writing and speaking skills, co-curricular creativeness, talents in different fields, leadership skills, personality development, ability of adapting etc.
“Quality education has a vast spectrum, but once a person acquires it, he is on the route to success”, he said.
Further, the NSF Speaker also appreciated MSU for being a strong supporter and pillar of the Federation and striving towards the Naga cause while also expressing hope that MSU would continue to support the NSF.
He also paid tribute to the sacrifices made by the Mao students on May 6 last maintaining that their sacrifices would be remembered forever, and asserted that Nagas would continue to fight to come under one administrative roof.
Yhome also de-hoisted the MSU flag and handed over to the new president, Abel B.
He was accompanied by Kohima Village Students’ Union president Khotuo Solo and executive member Sedevizo Zatsu. Also speaking as guest of honour at the function, NSF tribunal, Lokho Kapani Krichena expressed the communal government of Manipur has been neglecting the Nagas with the geographical division.
He said it was high time that the younger generation come forward to take up the cause of Nagas and give their best to achieve the cherished goal. Krichena also called upon students not to lose heart but to build up spirit of oneness.
Naga Peoples’ Movement for Human Rights (NPMHR) co-convener, Kennenth said it was upon the younger generation to build a strong nation while calling upon the students’ fraternity to uphold Naga identity and nationalism.