Jacob graces JBH 6th session

Jacob graces JBH 6th session
Jacob Zhimomi speaking at the 6th session of Jimomi Baghi Hoho.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/28/2021 12:26:31 PM IST

The 6th Session of Jimomi Baghi Hoho (JBH) was held at Lizu old village under the theme “Apu Asu Nguagha, Niju Aje Kumto” (the reverence of our forefathers, our proud strength) on February 25.

A press release by JBH stated that while speaking at the occasion, minister PHED, Jacob Zhimomi said that in order to deal with people in good terms, they must polish their personalities. Zhimomi also encouraged the students to start harvesting their knowledge for good and called upon the parents to encourage quality education to their children.

He pointed out how the current generation had adapted western culture where most youngsters did not want humble jobs.

Stating that everybody wanted to live luxurious lives but nobody wanted to work hard, the minister said that in order to live life with luxury, one has to work diligently. He further said that to grow together, they need to be united and love each other.

Earlier, cultural dance was performed by Lizumi Kiphimi Küqhakulu and the programme began with an invocation by Rev. Hekheyi Zhimomi. 

Welcome song by Lizumi Zunheboto Community, welcome address by Khekuto Jimo, exhortation by Dr. HS Rotokha, special numbers by Lizumi Kiphimi Küqhakulu, Sunon G. Jimomi, Jimokali K. Rotokha, Lizumi, presidential address by T. Vikuto Jimomi and consecration of old and newly elected members by ES SABAK, Rev. Hotokhu Jimomi were the other highlights of the session.

Editorial convener, Aheto highlighted the book “distinguished personalities of Jimomi clan (DPOJC)” which was released by Ihozu Jimomi, Nikheto Jimo while vote of thanks was delivered by VP, Jimomi Hoho, Ahovi Jimomi.

Meanwhile, JBH has selected a new team for 2021 to 2025 with Ahovi Jimomi as president, Vikaho T. Jimomi and Capt. Khekavi Jimomi as vice presidents, Kitoho S. Rotokha as general secretary, Phukato Jimomi, Hesheto Jimomi and Kakuto Jimomi as joint secretaries and Akashe Jimomi as treasurer. 

Jimomi clan is derived from a patriarch named Jimo, son of Tomo who lived in Theünuophe between Chedema and Rusoma under Kohima District. More than thousand delegates across Nagaland attended the annual conference.

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