Uphold the good virtues of forefathers: K G Kenye

Uphold the good virtues of forefathers: K G Kenye
KG Kenye, MP Rajya Sabha speaking during the occasion on Saturday. (NP)
Correspondent KOHIMA, SEP 14 (NPN) | Publish Date: 9/14/2019 10:49:17 AM IST

The 58th general session-cum-freshers social of Kohima Chakhesang Students’ Union (KCSU) was held at State Academy hall, Kohima on Saturday under the theme “prism of possibilities”.

KG Kenye, MP Rajya Sabha & secretary general NPFas the guest speaker spoke on the importance of upholding the good qualities and virtue of the forefathers. 

He maintained that the trustworthy, honest, reliable and hardworking attitude of the forefathers should be retrieved and put into practice for well being of the society.

He also asked the students to identify their objectives and goals in life, set asides the Naga political struggle reminding them that political setback can be reorganized but once their career was destroyed, the entire society will also be affected.

On various challenges ahead with the advent of technology, he said one has to adopt and adjust to the new circumstances but reminded that inherited qualities of the forefathers should not be forgotten. He reminded the youngsters to inculcate the good habits and pass it on to the future generations.

Kenye reminded the students that Nagaland has the highest number of government employers, to which he added they cannot expect the state to keep on providing jobs but rather look for other avenues. He was hopeful that after the final peace settlement, the atmosphere will change where private sector avenues will be created for the youths.

Chakhesang youth front president, Lhuvesayi Lohe in his short speech deliberated on the importance of local dialects that represent one’s identity and culture, adding that without those, the tribal identity will be at lost.  

KCSU president Viewolo Koza delivered presidential address, Lotsielii Vese and Ruth Mero spoke on behalf of freshers’ and seniors respectively. Geology & Mining OSD Kekhriezavi Lea spoke in the second session. 

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