CYF holds biennial general conference

CYF holds biennial general conference
Neiba Kronu and others at Bade village on December 14.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 12/14/2019 12:22:58 PM IST

Chakhesang Youth Front (CYF) held its 12th biennial general conference on December 13 and 14 at Bade village Dimapur under the theme, “The Diligent Hands will rule”. The conference was graced by Minister for Planning and Co-ordination, Land Revenue and Parliamentary Affairs, Government of Nagaland, Neiba Kronu as the guest speaker on December 14. 

A presss release from CYF stated that speaking at the programme, Kronu challenged the present generation to wake up from their slumber and contribute for developing the society. Apprising the youth of the developed countries of the world, he urged the Chakhesang youth to start adopting the work culture of them. 

With Naga solution at hand, the minister encouraged the youth to keep working and doing what they are doing for their livelihood saying that they shouldn’t let solution hinder them in their works. He demanded the youth to contribute what they are capable of to the society. “The present generation should not threaten the government for development but should know how to build friendship with others in exchange for development. Protection of the leaders is the responsibility of the youth”, he added. He maintained that the best and prime time of a person is youth life and encouraged the youth to decide and start doing what they can do now.

Kronu further briefed the policies of the Government of Nagaland under the leadership of Chief Minister Neiphiu Rio in empowering the youth to sustain their livelihood and not depending only on government jobs.

President Chakhesang Public Organisation, Mikha Kenye in his greetings highlighted the imposition of ban on various activities in protecting and preserving the wildlife and ecosystem of the community. He requested the youth not to lose the spirit and love of patriotism and nationalism. “Youth should be able to tackle any kind of situation that arises and have concrete co-ordination with the other organisations of the society”, he stated. He retendered the work and eats culture that was maintained by their forefathers and should be carried on.

The first president of CYC and chairman NEPED Government of Nagaland, Kevechutso Doulo exhorted the youth to continue to stand united irrespective of the differences in safeguarding the society. He briefed the establishment of CYF and thanked the pioneers who had contributed for the society. He warned the youth to beware of the social media which has conquered all the platforms of the society and refrain from spreading rumours which creates division among the people and breaks down the integrity of the society which has become the greatest threat. He further encouraged the youth to expose their talents and earn fame in their respective fields.

The general conference was chaired by vice president CYF, Vetsurayi Tetseo, invocation by Rev. Dr. V. K Nuh, the new office bearers for the tenure 2019-2021 was presented by advisor, Welete Kapfo after which senior pastor Chakhesang Baptist Church, Rev. Dr. Weyiete Lohe prayed for them, words of gratitude was proposed by organizing secretary CYF, Rukuvo Sakhamo and benediction was pronouved by Rev. Bonny Resu. 

Earlier, Member of Nagaland Legislative Assembly Government of Nagaland, Dr. Chotisuh Sazo graced the occasion as the inaugural speaker on December 13. Relating to the theme of the session, he challenged the youth to adopt the culture of working hard for survival in this competitive world. Portraying the work culture of the advanced countries of the world, he pointed out that they should also come out from their comfort zone and strife for their dreams in developing the society. Sazo also briefed the history of early settlement of the Nagas and how their forefathers have struggled for them to be what thjey are today. He further requested the youth not to forget the good culture of respecting and honouring the elders. 

Member Nagaland Legislative Assembly, Kezhienyi Khalo also graced the session and shared his concern for the youth urging them to be in the forefront leading the society with their talents and ability whenever required.

The new team of office bearers would be led by Lhuvesayi Lohe as president, Nyitso Therieh as general secretary and other 11 members.



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