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Angami students compete in literary, cultural competition

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Nov 25, 2018 12:02 am
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Winners of the Northern Angami Students’ Union’s literary competition, and panel of judges and Nasu officials seen here on Saturday, in Kohima.

Our Correspondent
Kohima, Nov. 24 (EMN): A literary and culture-themed competition organised by the Northern Angami Students’ Union (Nasu) was held at Ura Academy Hall in Kohima on Saturday.
The event was held in commemoration of the forthcoming 45th biennial general conference of the Nasu in 2019, which is scheduled to be held at Kijiimetouma.
The extra additional commissioner for revenue of the Kohima administration, R Daniel Angami, attended the occasion as the ‘special guest.’ Addressing the event, the officer urged the gathering of students to inculcate work culture to succeed in their life. He challenged the students to preserve and promote the rich cultural heritage of the Naga people.

In the in ‘war cry’ event of the cultural competition, Zekuosa Zhale was adjudged the first prize winner and Kevizekuo Kevin Phewhuo, the second prize winner.
In the ‘Tati pfhe’ (Angami for an indigenous stringed instrument) performance, Kohima Village Students’ Union landed the first position while Chiechama Students’

Union took the runner-up prize. Kohima Village Students’ Union took the championship of the folk song competition.
In the debate competition, which was on the topic “Naga youths have sufficient resources for employment,” Neizokhrienuo Metha bagged the first position and Avikhrie-ii Kaco the second position.

In the extempore speech competition, Khrietonyii Whuorie and Akobu Loucii stood first and second position, in that order.
The panel of judges for the event were Razouvikhol Luho, Veliitalu, Lhouliebei-o Khezhie, Riiiilhoutuonuo Theiinuo and Visetuo Chiipuo. Nuneseno Chase was the chief critic for the literary competition.

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Nov 25, 2018 12:02:56 am