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KVGOA holds biennial conference

KVGOA holds biennial conference
Thejawelie Gregory speaking at the KVGOA Biennial Conference held at Capital Convention Centre in Kohima on February 13. (NP)
By Nagaland Post | Publish Date: 2/13/2019 11:49:04 AM IST

Kohima Village Gazetted Officers Association (KVGOA), which turned 28 this year, held its Biennial Conference at Capital Convention Centre on February 13 hosted by Dapfhütsumia Gazetted Officers Krotho.
The program was graced by key speaker KVC chairman Dr.  Neiphi Kire and Kohima DC, Thejawelie Gregory.
Thejawelie Gregory, stated that the association was the cream of society, with aims and goals to make society a better place. He advised all officers, specially juniors, to overcome the phobia of getting posted to outposts and get out of their comfort zones to learn more about other places and their cultures, and do good and honest work.
In his presidential address, KVGOA president Er. Keviletuo Yiese welcomed everyone to the event and congratulated the seven individuals from Kohima village who got through the NPSC exams and newly joined the association. According to Yise, the KVGOA has 434 members.
He stated that one of the most significant issues today was the pouring in of illegal immigrants into Nagaland.
According to Yiese, they had set up a core team to discuss the matter with the council.
He asked the government to deploy an effective action plan for ILP resolution. He also advocated for stopping rampant sale of land to outsiders, stating that one day the younger generations will not have their own land.
Also speaking at the program, Dr. Neiphi Kire thanked God for the 434 gazetted officers in the village and encouraged them to be united.
He also stated that it was important to look into matters like the CAB. Checking immigration, according to Dr. Kire, is not only the government’s duty, but citizens can contribute by not renting apartments to outsiders.
He feared that the Nagas may become a minority in their own sate one day.
Earlier, Khedi Baptist Church pastor Neisalie Keretsü blessed the event. A general secretary’s report presented by Er. Medozhazo Rutsa and Kelhousinyu Solo presented a treasury report.
The KVGOA also elected new office bearers led by president - Vizolie Suokhrie, vice president - Zakielatuo Yiese, general secretary- Peter Phewhuo, treasure - Neivotuo Keyho and advisor- Keviletuo Yiese.
 

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