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Hectic preparations for NBCC annual session
Staff Reporter DIMAPUR, JAN 7 (NPN):
Published on 8 Jan. 2011 12:31 AM IST
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With the 74th annual session of the Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) approaching, the Rotomi villagers, the host village are putting in hectic efforts and enthusiastically preparing to receive the delegates.
The Rotomi Baptist Church (SBAK, Nito Mount) has begun preparations at a massive scale for the session to be held from February 4 – 6 under the theme, “Being rooted in the word of God,” Colossians 2: 6 - 7. Some senior government officials are taking keen interest in spearheading the works.
Rotomi will receive a major facelift in the form of all the CGI roofed houses in the village being painted green besides renovated gates, flags and banners planted all over the places.
The CGI roofs of almost 650 households would be painted green thereby showing the way for others to follow especially when huge concerns are being raised over global warming and advocating living life the green way.
Only few roofs are left to be painted and workers are putting in sincere efforts to complete before the end of January.
A massive clean-up campaign and sanitation of the village has already begun.
Thousand of delegates are expected to attend the Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) annual session, besides a host of state government officials, who will converge at the venue mostly by road through Wokha, Mokokchung, Tuensang and Zunheboto sides. Rotomi village falls under Atoizu range of Zunheboto district.
The host village is confident that all physical works and basic amenities would soon be in place.
The host association would be providing food free of cost but has urged the delegates to bring their own bedding sufficient for a cold climate.
Speakers during the three-day Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) annual session include Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) president, Rev. Kuzierang Thou, advisor to the commissioner Supreme Court Rev Dr. Chingmak Kejong, APBF general secretary, Rev Bonny Resu, Kethoser Kevichusa and Phutoli Chingmak.

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