Tuesday, September 27, 2022

Christianity and Nagamese unite Nagas, says CL John

Staff Reporter

Advisor for Land Resources, CL John on Friday, said because of Christianity, Nagas realised that there should be unity and that Nagamese Creole also played a vast role in unifying Nagas.
Addressing the gathering at the 41st foundation day-cum-day of prayer programme of Discipleship Bible College (DBC) at the college premises, the advisor spoke on how Nagas went from headhunting to coming together as one, all because of Christianity, the Naga political issue and Nagamese.
He also expressed happiness that Nagaland was the only state with all elected representatives from a Christian background.
The advisor said the college was regarded as “Miracle Bible college” and added that people from outside the state considered the college as a spiritual college.
In this regard, he urged upon the students to be grateful for studying in the college and advised them to take advantage of studying in the “miracle” college by spreading the word of God with all their might.
The programme was chaired by Arile and Kikemsangla and opening prayer from assistant professor Shanthungo.
Welcome address was delivered by chairman, board of governors, Dr. T Lima Jamir, keynote address by associate professor Mar Pongen, offertory prayer from assistant professor Esther Jamir, prayer for DBC by associate professor Dr. Alem and benediction by associate professor Dr. Teka.
Highlights of the programme included special song by B. Th 1, opening by M Div 1, power point projection on down the memory lane by M Div III, traditional attire display by B Th III, closing by B Th II and folk fusion by M Div II.