KNCS organizes inaugural programs at Wka, Longsa vill

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/5/2018 12:08:00 AM IST
The Kyong Naga Cultural Society (KNCS) Okying Kohima, with an aim to “research, preserve and to promote” the rich Lotha Naga culture and tradition, organised inaugural programs of its unit offices -- Wokha village, with Dr. Chumben Murry, MLA as the resource person and at Longsa village with Er. S. Emmanuel Ezung, SDO R&B, PWD, Wokha as the resource person on June 16. 
A press release issued by KNCS Okying Kohima president, Zubemo Kithan stated that at Wokha village, Dr. Chumben Murry spoke on the importance of Tourism through the rich culture and tradition. He urged the people to be wise and careful to choose only good things when promoting the rich culture and tradition. Pastor, Wokha Village Baptist Church, O. Thungben Kikon invoked divine favour upon the newly elected office bearers of KNCS, Wokha Village unit. The program was chaired by Erenbeni Kikonpvüi, while the invocation and benediction were pronounced by Chibenthung Humtsoe asso. pastor Wokha Village Baptist Church, and Rev. N. T. Murry. 
At Longsa, resource person Er. S. Emmanuel Ezung, SDO, spoke on the importance of traditional attire and on the importance of wearing different attire with different significance on different occasions. Catechist St. Peter’s Church Longsa Village, T. Timothy Ezung invoked God’s blessing and favour upon the newly elected office bearers of KNCS, Longsa village unit. The program was chaired by Mhonbeni Kithan, invocation and benediction pronounced by Zachamo Lotha youth director of Baptist Church Longsa village, and Nyanthung Ezung asst. catechist, St. Peter’s Church Longsa village. A greeting was delivered by Zayio Ezung chairman, Longsa Village Council, and vote of thanks by Amos Ezung member KNCS Longsa village unit.
At both the programs welcome addresses and with a list of KNCS aims were delivered by Zubemo Kithan, chairman governing body and president of the KNCS Okying Kohima.

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