Advisor Stresses On Unity For Peaceful Co-existence - Eastern Mirror
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Mokokchung, Nagaland

Advisor stresses on unity for peaceful co-existence

By Imrongkumba Aier Updated: Mar 09, 2024 10:34 pm
Kudecho Khamo speaking the silver jubilee celebration of Tenyimi Students’ Union in Mokokchung town on Saturday.

MOKOKCHUNG — Advisor of Taxes and CAWD, Kudecho Khamo, on Saturday asserted that peaceful co-existence and unity among the Naga community can be possible only when the people understand and accept each other.

The advisor stated this during the silver jubilee celebration of Tenyimi Students’ Union Mokokchung (TSUM) at the Mokokchung town hall as the chief guest. He lamented the division among the Naga communities despite many efforts put in by various organisations in order to bring about unity in the Naga society.

He encouraged the younger generation to take up the responsibility to carry forward the message of peace in order to make Naga society strong and progress.

“With our education and with the opportunity given to us, let us rise at this challenging time to rebuilt our society, the broken life, families, relations, churches and the broken societies; restore our given tradition and culture- not just the traditional dress and cultural song but the culture of been honest, hardworking and generosity,” he urged the students.

He challenged the students to promote peace and unity by learning to understand and accept each other. 

In regards to education, the advisor opined that education is not only about reading and writing or only about earning degrees upon degrees but exercising with wisdom to the challenges of life and facing the world with confidence and courage.

He has sought change of mindset on not only looking for government job but rather venture into other avenues to for self-sustenance.

Khamo, who is also the first president of Tenyimi Students’ Union Mokokchung, also congratulated the present student leaders for achieving the historic occasion and paid tribute to the farsighted vision and sacrifices of the pioneers.

He also encouraged the student community to rise at the occasion with their visionary leaders and reaffirm the bond of unity.

“Tenyimia as we all know is not a community by choice or by association but blood,” he asserted. 

In his greetings, the deputy commissioner of Mokokchung, Thsuvise Phoji, called upon the Naga society to strive for unity despite the differences prevailing in the society. He also urged students to be sincere and dedicated while pursuing their dreams.

Hundreds of Tenyimi students from the School of Nursing at IMDH, Mokokchng College of Teacher Education, NU Lumani, ICIT and Fazl Ali College attended the event.

By Imrongkumba Aier Updated: Mar 09, 2024 10:34:41 pm
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