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CCEM holds meeting with public, church leaders

By EMN Updated: May 11, 2022 10:15 pm
CCEM members with other frontal organisations during the two-day meeting with church leaders and public leaders at Chizami Town Baptist Church on May 9.

Kohima, May 11 (EMN): As part of its first phase of awareness programme on clean election, the Chakhesang Clean Election Movement (CCEM) conducted a two-day meeting with public and church leaders of five Chakhesang areas namely Chokri, Chozuba, Khezha-Kuzha Tephe, Secheku, and Phek on May 9 and 10.

The meetings were held at Pfütsero Town Baptist Church, Chizami Town Baptist Church and Phek Town Baptist Church on May 9 and Chozuba Town Baptist Church and Chetheba Town Baptist Church on May 10, an update from CCEM press secretary stated. 

It stated flags and clean election guidelines were distributed to respective area leaders for wider circulation.

The core committee of CCEM comprising representatives from the Chakhesang Baptist Church Council (CBCC), Chakhesang Public Organisation (CPO)- the apex tribal body, and frontal organisations including Chakhesang Mothers’ Association (CMA), Chakhesang Youth Front (CYF), and Chakhesang Students’ Union (CSU) organised the two-day tour.

It stated that village council chairmen, GBs, village development board secretaries, youth presidents, women society presidents, student leaders, pastors, area council chairmen, and church workers attended the meetings.

Meanwhile, CCEM chairman, Rev. Vezopa Rhakho, has expressed sincere gratitude to all the churches for their hospitality towards the team members and appreciated all leaders of various walks of life for their keen participation.

In a feedback on the two-day tour, he observed that except for a few, the majority was in favor of the movement and looked forward to positive change.

“We have made the move and we will not step back, no matter what,” he affirmed.

He further appealed to the conscience of every citizen to join in the crucial and decisive movement which would define the future.

By EMN Updated: May 11, 2022 10:15:06 pm