CMA 11th triennial general session underway at Pfutsero

CMA 11th triennial general session underway at Pfutsero
CMA president Zaposhelu Venuh (4th from left) inviting Dr. Vekutulu Veyie (1st from right) for unfurling of the association flag before the introductory session.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/9/2018 12:16:19 PM IST

Member secretary, Nagaland State Legal Service Authority, Muzivolu T. Therie on Tuesday emphasized on the need to be prepared to face the challenges in view of the recent Supreme Court ruling decriminalizing homosexuality and lesbianism. 

A press release by CMA president, Zaposhelu Venuh stated that, Muzivolu said this while exhorting the 11th triennial general session of the Chakhesang Mothers’ Association (CMA) introductory session which got underway at Baptist Theological College (BTC), Square, T. Chikri, Pfutsero under the theme, “transcending motherhood responsibility”.

She urged the womenfolk to be vigilant over child trafficking and pornography, cautioning that advancement of technology has led to “unhealthy inventions” which pose threats to the lives of the society. In this regard, she urged all mothers to observe a prayerful time for the family so as to let God heal the suffering world.

Dr. Vekutulu Veyie, vice principal BTC, in her greetings urged the mothers to extend unflinching support to the CMA in all its pursuance so that together a good society could be built upon for the upcoming youngsters. 

Earlier, Dr. Vekutulu Veyie unfurled the association flag and declared the session open. The session was led by Nuyielu Shijo, vice president CMA, Nukusalu Nienu, women pastor CMCC invoked God’s blessings, Neikope-u Kapfo, joint secretary CMA delivered welcome note. Chokri Area Mothers Association enthralled the gathering with an indigenous song while Thipane, women pastor, Emanuel Baptist Church, Pfutsero pronounced the closing prayer.

Meanwhile, the CMA expressed extreme pain over the loss of four lives from Leshemi village in a road mishap on October 8. CMA while sharing pain and sorrow with the bereaved families prayed that the departed souls rest in eternal peace and also wished the injured persons a speedy recovery.


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