NASU conference concludes

Correspondent Kohima, Mar 28 (NPN) | Publish Date: 3/28/2021 1:00:32 PM IST
The three-day Northern Angami Students’ Union (NASU) 46th biennial general conference which was hosted and held at Botsa concluded on Sunday. 
Speaking as the special guest during the valedictory programme, 4th NAP Thizama, Kohima, commandant, Teosovise Metha urged the student body to positively contribute their services for the good of the community. 
He advised the students intending to compete for public services to have self-confidence, be able to sacrifice, and to have determination and dedication.
He further encouraged the students to support one another and to lift each other up even in the days to come.
Meanwhile, the late Suolahie volleyball memorial trophy was conducted on Saturday and Sunday. In the men’s volleyball category, Meriema Village Students’ Union clinched the trophy and Nerhema Village Students’ Union emerged as the runner-up.
In the women Volleyball category, Seiyhama Village Students’ Union emerged as winners followed by Zhadima Students Union as runner-up.
Literary competitions including debate and extempore speech were also conducted. Earlier, the inaugural session on March 27 was graced by adviser for Technical Education & Election, Medo Yhokha. 
In his speech, he urged all the Angamis to unite in the Naga political issue stating that Naga political issue was not about an individual or a group, but that it belonged to the people. In this regard, he urged the Angamis to unite and voice out as one irrespective of geographical differences. 
He also urged the elders of the tribe to seriously deliberate on its stand on the issue for the welfare of the upcoming generation. 
He encouraged the youngsters to not only endorse what the elders say but also participate in the discussions for the right of the people.
He also appealed the Northern Angami Public Organization (NAPO) to not remain a silent spectator but it being the apex tribal body and stakeholders should also join hands in discussion about the issue for the general welfare of the people.
To the students, Yhokha said that it was time to change the perspective in the society. He encouraged the students to take up various career opportunities at the same time also appealed to the parents to support students in their talents and help them excel.

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