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Doshehe at NBCC annual session
Published on 7 Feb. 2011 12:41 AM IST
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Minister for power, Doshehe Y. Sema on Sunday encouraged the Nagaland Baptist Church Council (NBCC) and the Church leaders to be agents of change in the society besides nourishing the believers with the word of God.
Delivering greetings at the morning service of the NBCC annual session at Rotomi village, Doshehe said that the NBCC as a powerful institution and looked upon by the people could contribute a lot in brining about positive changes by educating the people on various social and economic issues confronting the society.
The power minister who hails from the host village Rotomi, thanked God, NBCC, SBAK and all those involved for the successful and fruitful annual session which concluded Sunday. He also thanked the NBCC for giving the village an opportunity to host the annual session.
Speaking about Rotomi village, Doshehe gave credit to the forefathers for the achievements of the village. He said the forefathers had set a good example to the contemporary generation to respect their elders and be socially responsible.
Doshehe said that the members of Rotomi irrespective of their social standing, leaves all designation, status, ego and power at the village gate before entering the village. He added that the moment any one of them enters the village, he becomes an ordinary village member and comes under the authority of the GBs and Church leaders. Owing to such practices, he said the village was blessed and added that the Rotomi villagers would continue to carry on the practice. Doshehe also said the village members would continue to uphold the values and traditions of the past.
Parliamentary secretary, Chotisu Sazo also attended the service as a member of NBCC choir. He later inaugurated the Old Age and Destitute Home of Rotomi village.
Later, after the service, the NBCC delegates were entertained by various cultural performances from the Rotomi villagers.

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