WCH holds leaders motivational talk

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 7/22/2019 12:14:50 PM IST

Western Chakhesang Hoho (WCH) held a leaders’ motivational talk on July 20, at Theja fort Dimapur. 

The event was graced  by Apostle. Rev. Luoliehu Yimsung , Founder, Leaders Arise Nagaland (LAN) & Initiator, Overseas Naga Association (ONA) as resource person. 
A press release from WCH joint secretary Zasekhoyi Ringa stated that 101 leaders comprising WCH officials, village/unit chairman; GBs, VDB secretaries, WCH frontal leaders, pastors and youth directors, Unit level presidents/secretaries of women, youth and student bodies including leaders from State political parties and Naga National workers attended the programme. 
Kuzholuzo Neinu, MLA; Nagaland Pensioners Association president, S.K.Kenye; Member, Collective Leadership NSCN (I-M), Nepfüpe Venue; Kilonsers from GPRN/NSCN and former presidents of WCH also attended the programme.
The programme was organised by WCH and sponsored by assistant director Rural Development, V.Pfukrulhou Koza. 
WCH president, Dietho Rhakho in an introductory note said that reformation on work culture, family and society was the need of hour. “Corruption, mob culture, tribalism, degrading matrimonial & family values, abuse of power, easy living mentality etc has become ordeal of the day” he said. Rhakho therefore said that reformation must start with leaders and positive mindset needed to be installed. Resource person, Rev. Luoliehu made presentation on the topic “Alliance - Biblical Perspective”. 
While elaborating on good leadership roles, he encouraged for nurturing alliance/partnership within society, tribes, politics, work place, based on truth, vision, confidence, prayer, brotherhood and mutual respect. He encouraged the leaders present to stick to Bible principles or Godly guidance.
Neipfupe also spoke at the programme. The programme chaired by WCH vice president, Neisalie Losou began with an invocation by CBC Bade village, pastor, Senokhape Losou; vote of thanks by WCH joint secretary, Zasekhoyi Ringa and concluded with a closing prayer by CRC Dimapur, pastor, Rev. Dr. Khape Ladu.


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