TaFMA Open House launched in Phek, Longleng

TaFMA Open House launched in Phek, Longleng
(L )Sachin Jaiswal, DC Phek, along with the participants. (R) Event partners during the launching programme.
Dimapur, Sep 1 | Publish Date: 9/1/2019 11:23:34 AM IST

 Phek District Task Force for Music and Arts (TaFMA) Open House event partner with vibrant entertainment held its initial launching ceremony at Phek with deputy commissioner Phek, Sachin Jaiswal as chief host on August 31.

Speaking on the occasion, Sachin Jaiswal complimented the vibrant entertainment team of Phek district event partner with TaFMA Nagaland for organising such a platform to showcase the talents of all ages. He stated that TaFMA is an initiative of the government and the concept of TaFMA was to unearth the different local talents at the grass root level and to provide platforms to different genres of artist from the outmost place. He also encouraged all the event participants to clutch the opportunity with great zeal which will give huge potential to excel and nurture their talents. Some few cash incentives were awarded to all the contestants who had participated in the event. Programme was chaired by Neizote Venuh asst. managing director of vibrant entertainment, invocation prayer by associate pastor Nusakho Chiero PTBC, keynote address by managing director of vibrant entertainment Nuyi Hoshi and welcome note was given by Kedupa Venuh programme coordinator of vibrant entertainment.

Meanwhile, TaFMA Open House, Longleng was also launched on August 30 at Anghya Resto. B Pauloi Phom president of team Anghya Resto, event partner thanked TaFMA for the collaboration and briefed about the “Open House” concept as providing platform to show cast the unexplored young talents.

Call of blessings was pronounced by Lipom Phom asst. youth pastor and Akup Buchem president, NEU! Naga Foundation for the Arts stressed about the importance of Arts in his inspiration speech.

Chief host John Tsulesi DC, Longleng lauded the initiatives of TaFMA and encouraged the talented youths of any performing arts to take the platform created for them and launched the Open House, Longleng. Mesmerising solo, duet and dance performances were also showcased.


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