Jubilee celebrations held in different places across state

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 12/29/2020 12:10:29 PM IST

Wokha Village Government Employees’ Union (WVGEU), Mopungchuket Senso Mungdang (MSM), Vankhosung Students’ Union (VSU), Wokha and Reku Colony Pfutsero (RCP) observed respective jubilees on December 29. 

WVGEU: Dr. Chumben Murry, MLA, asked government employees’ union to focus more on human resources as present generation was moving ahead and required employment generation. 

He said this as special invitee at the 25th anniversary of Wokha Village Government Employees’ Union (WVGEU) held at Wokha Village Baptist Church multipurpose building under the theme, “progress with technology” on December 29. Dr. Chumben told the union to be practical in all aspects by setting a vision to bring reformation in the society.  He was also optimistic that 2021 would be a year of blessings to the people of Wokha village. Reminiscing on his tenure as president of WVGEU when he was still in government service, Murry expressed how diligently he had acquired computer knowledge and even purchased a computer set. Speaking enthusiastically on the theme, Murry said in the era of technology advancement, every individual needed to be acquainted with latest development in technology by updating oneself. Citing the pandemic as the best example, he said that students were compelled to attend online classes through use of technology. Pointing out that in future all official paper works in government establishments would become paperless due to advancement and to help save the environment, Murry reminded everyone to keep updated with technology and to learn through practical efforts.  

Earlier, Murry unveiled the jubilee monolith, unfurled the union flag and released the union silver jubilee magazine. Monolith dedication prayer was done by Rev. O. Thungben Kikon pastor, WVBC. Welcome address was delivered by WVGEU president, Yanrenthung Kikon, while B. Longtsu Tungoe, former president WVGEU shared a brief history of WVGEU and S. Yanphamo Tungoe chairman Wokha Village Council delivered word of greetings. (Correspondent)

MSM: Mopungchuket Senso Mungdang (MSM) celebrated platinum jubilee, under the theme, “Nukmensen” at Mopungchuket village on December 29. A unique stone monolith to mark the special anniversary was inaugurated by NPWD engineer-in-chief, Er. Limatongdang. Later, a function was held to commemorate the jubilee, at the Mopungchuket Baptist Church with associate professor, CTC, Rev. A Tali Ao as the key speaker, where he elaborated that “nukmensen” (nukmen-aso tasen) meant “the base, the starting point.” Jubilee feast was accorded by Nungsangwapang Jamir and family. (Correspondent)

VSU: Vankhosung Students’ Union (VSU) in a brief programme, dedicated and unveiled its golden jubilee monolith on December 29 at Vankhosung,Wokha with Rev. Y Pankathung Tsopoe, pastor, Vankhosung Baptist Church as the officiating minister dedicated and unveiled the monolith. During the programme, Rev. M. Tsanglao, home evangelist, Wokha invoked God’s blessings for the students,  in the programme chaired by VSU president Subenthung P. Tsopoe, assistant professor Science College, Kohima.

RCP: Reku Colony Pfutsero (RCP) celebrated 25th anniversary under the theme, “Celebrating the achievement with honour” on December 29 with laying of foundation stone for community hall. 

A press release by Reku Youth Organisation president, Kote Chiero stated that, foundation stone was laid and blessed by Rev. Dr. N. Chiero, senior pastor PTBC while the anniversary monolith stones of the parent body and Reku Youth Organisation were unveiled by the guest speaker, Dr. Neisatuo Mero, medical officer, Chozuba. Dr. Mero, in his speech challenged the congregation to do good things in their capacity for the society instead of looking upon the leaders and the government for benefits. Programme was chaired by Senupelo K. Lasuh, welcome address by colony chairman Thupuchiyo Yhobu, general secretary Lhouveko Doulo shared brief history of the colony and youth president Kote Chiero a brief report of the Reku Youth Organisation. Benediction pronounced by Vecusuyi Curhah. 

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