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Foundation stone laid for Lhisema community building

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 11/17/2020 1:03:48 PM IST

Former chief minister of Nagaland, Dr. Shürhozelie Leizietsu said that the foundation of a society should be on honesty and understanding, and that honesty and truth should be “our” forte and costume. 

A press release by the organizers stated that, Dr. Leizietsu said this in his address at Kohima village, where he laid the foundation stone for Lhisema community building on November 17. 

Dr. Leizietsu said that the purpose of a community building was to bring people of the community together and foster better understanding, which enables a community to do great things for the society. 

Pointing out that honesty was one of the most important things facing the Naga society, Dr. Leizietsu expressed optimism that with the completion of community building, the society would get better opportunities to deliberate on religious, socio-political and historical issues. 

Convenor of building committee, Er. Khriesalie D. Vizo, thanked Lhouvizolie Tseikhanuo for donating his prime land to the community and also briefed the gathering on the technical aspects of the building, where construction should be done as a movement of the masses and with the contribution of each and every household. 

He said that the building will have 5 stories and budget earmarked was Rs. 5.00 crores and will be completed in 2 years time.

Earlier, programme was chaired by Lhisemia Council vice chairman, Ayie Yhome, Rev. Keviyiekelie Linyü, pastor, Ebenezer Baptist Church, Kohima invoked God’s blessings and chairman, Lhisemia Council, Kekhriesetuo Kelio gave the welcome address. 

Lhisemia Women’s’ Organization felicitated Dr. Liezietsu and Lhouvizolie Tseikhanuo, the land donor. 

Programme was graced by Seneilie Suokhrie, head GB and his colleagues, Lhisemia Women’s Organization, Lhisemia Gazetted Officers Association, Lhisemia Students Union and the chairmen of the clans under Lhisemia Khel, Kohima village.   

 

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