Zhavame Union Kohima celebrates 25th anniversary

Correspondent KOHIMA, NOV 12 (NPN) | Publish Date: 11/12/2019 12:28:55 PM IST

Zhavame Union Kohima (ZUK) celebrated its 25th anniversary with the theme “Strive to shine” with deputy director of Tourism Nagaland, Veyielo Doulo as special guest held at NSF solidarity park on Tuesday.

Doulo in his address lauded ZUK for its various contributions towards the service of the people by fulfilling the dream and aim of the pioneers. Based on the union’s motto, he encouraged the members to continue in striving to shine for the society. Stressing on the significant and meaning of jubilee, he urged the gathering to forgive, forget grievances and unite and in the name of jubilee.

Special guest also lauded the village and stated that Zhavame was one of the most inspirational villages among the Chakhesang community due to its sincerity, hardworking, unity, enthusiasm and so on. He challenged the union to carry on the good deeds for the society and the community in the days to come too.

Former minister Deo Nukhu in his address urged the gathering to make their village and community proud with good deeds. He advised the villagers not to bring disgrace to their village name by mischievous activities but strive for good. He encouraged the Zhavame villagers to hold each other both in good and bad times wherever they are.

General secretary ZUK Sarhünyi Dukru in his report informed that Zhavame villagers in Kohima town has a population of 919 persons 84 individuals owned houses and 121 government employees.

Programme was led by Danyi Domeh, act of blessing done by Akro Shupao oldest member ZUK, presidential address delivered by president ZUK Deo Movi, women group of ZUK performed traditional item “Dzüpa-a salüe”, indigenous tune performed by Mülisü & Zerovi, greetings from the representative of VCC Zhavame, folk tune presented by youth group ZUK. ZUK souvenir was released by special guest while benediction prayer proposed by NBCC youth secretary Rev. Vikuo Rhi.

The celebration was attended by Zhavame villagers living in Kohima, village representatives from Pfutsero, Dimapur, Phek, in-laws, well wishers and others.

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