Theünuo Krotho celebrates golden jubilee

Correspondent KOHIMA, JAN 10 (NPN) | Publish Date: 1/10/2020 1:01:00 PM IST
The golden jubilee celebration of Theünuo Krotho (1970-2020) was held at Theünuo Homestead, Meriema under Kohima district on Friday.
Theünuo clan members from 18 Angami villages including many from Chakhesang tribe came together on the occasion and prayed for forgiveness of the past misdeeds and renewed its approach for progress and peaceful coexistence affirming to help each other in times of difficulty and also to come closer as one family.
Mentioned be made that late Ziekro-o Theünuo had initiated the first get-together of Theünuo clan in 1970 in order to develop friendship and unity amongst the clan members spread over different villages and districts of the state.
Southern Angami Public Organization (SAPO) president, Vimezhol on the occasion advised the members to maintain the spirit of oneness for all round development. While asked them to be the messenger of peace and also asked them to be “the givers and not takers.”  He also suggested the need to broaden the horizon and also undertake research to keep the origin intact.
Theünuo Krotho president, Vizonyü in his presidential address urged upon the members to develop better understanding, unity and peace. He also urged upon the members to develop positive attitude and support each other.
Neithonuo Liegise in her speech called upon the members to reason together and strives for excellence in the different spheres of life.
Z. Lohe speaking on behalf of Chakhesang Theünuo Krotho called upon the members to stand for truth for a progressive and healthy society. He also urged the gathering to have the will power to speak the truth in this crucial period of the Naga society.
Meriema Village Council chairman also spoke at the celebration.
Marking the occasion, blankets were presented to more than 80 citizens. The programme was chaired by Er. Kezhazelhou while Rev. Ketsozeho pronounced invocation prayer.

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