ANCSU celebrates 34th foundation day
Our Correspondent |EMN
Kohima, August 3
The All Nagaland College Students’ Union (ANCSU) celebrated its 34th Foundation Day at Naga Solidarity Park, Kohima with Naga Hoho president Keviletuo Kiewhuo as special guest.
Speaking on the occasion, Kiewhuo while expressing that having attained 34 years, ANCSU is now a matured body and time has come for the union to carry forward the banner for the betterment of Naga people.He challenged the students to weave a vision to deliver the Naga people from darkness while also appealing the incumbent leaders to keep in regular touch with senior leaders and be prepared to face the future world.
Also encouraging the students to choose the right profession, he said the students’ community should be able to create windows of opportunity for themselves to survive in the competitive world.
“If you do not know how to create opportunity for yourself, you will sink in the vast ocean,” he said.
Naga Students Federation president Tongpang Ozukum while extending greetings lauded the ANCSU for always being at the forefront for the cause of student community and call of NSF.
Stating that ANCSU is one of the strongest forces and backbone of the NSF, he appealed to the union to continue to lend its support and cooperation to take forward the affairs of the students.
He said people expect the younger generation to bring up transformative leaders in order to bring change in the Naga society. He therefore called upon the students’ community live upto the expectation of the people.
ANCSU former president, Medo Chirhah highlighted the brief history of ANCSU. ANCSU came into being on August 2, 1979.
Keynote address was delivered by ANCSU president, Vilhousielie Kenguruse.
Chaired by former assistant general secretary, ANCSU Ahito Achumi, the celebration commenced with assistant general secretary, Petekhrietuo Kiewhuo saying the invocation while special number was presented by Vetulu and ANCSU vice president Tsukjem Longkumer tendered the vote of thanks.