Handing and taking over of ES WSBAK
Dimapur, February 6
The official handing and taking over of the executive secretary of Western Sumi Baptist Churches Association (WSBAK) was held at its mission centre, Akuvuto at Thahekhu village.
Rev. S. Vitoshe Swu who completed his tenure handed over the charge to his successor Rev. Dr. Hevukhu Achumi in presence of WSBAK staff and outgoing and incoming members of WSBAK Council.
On completion of the tenure, Rev. Helkat, Mission Director, WSBAK has also handed over the charge to Rev. Shikuho Zhimomi who has been appointed as the Mission Director. Speaking at the programme, Khehovi Yeptho, Chairman, WSBAK Council stressed on WSBAK Vision 2020 which can be achieved only with efficient and good teamwork. Acknowledging those who are leaving the office for their untiring service towards of the association, he was also confident that the new team led by Rev. Dr. Hevukhu would continue the good works of the mission.
Rev. Vitoshe Swu was grateful to all those who supported and assisted him in shouldering the responsibility of the WSBAK in the capacity of Executive Secretary. He said it was a blessing for him and his family to serve God in such a capacity. He assured his fullest cooperation towards the association even in the days to come.
Also speaking on the occasion, Rev. Dr. Hevukhu Achumi reflected upon the early days of the formation of WSBAK and hoped it is the will of the almighty for him to once again to be the executive secretary of the association. He appreciated Rev. Phughoto Aye and Rev. S. Vitoshe Swu – the two former ES of the association for development of the mission centre. Hevukhu assured to serve with faithfulness.
Rev. Henije Jimo led a prayer for blessing for both outgoing and new members.
Earlier Rev. Vitoshe dedicated a tube well and water tank at the Mission Centre that was constructed and donated by the family members of Late. Mangilal Jain, Dimapur.
Khehovi Yeptho also inaugurated a newly completed floor (3rd floor) of the Pioneers’ Building. The same was also dedicated by Rev. Vitoshe.