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Ketuseno wins Neiliezhü Üsou memorial award in music

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Oct 10, 2020 10:07 pm
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Ketuseno Meyase along with other invitees and family members at the 12th Rev. Dr. Neiliezhű Üsou Memorial Award for music ceremony at RDNUMS, Kohima, on October 10.

Our Correspondent
Kohima, Oct. 10 (EMN):
Ketuseno Meyase from Northfield was declared the 18th recipient of Rev. Dr. Neiliezhü Üsou Memorial Award in Music.

She was awarded with a cash prize of INR 25,000 and a citation sponsored by Rev. Dr. Neiliezhü Üsou Memorial Society during the 12th award ceremony held at Rev. Dr. Neiliezhü Üsou Memorial School (RDNUMS) in Kohima on October 10.

Dziesengyuü Üsou, granddaughter of Rev. Üsou, stated that the award for music topper was endowed in 2009, a fitting tribute to her grandfather’s life as it symbolises the testimony of a man with various passions and myriad colours.

“The music award is consecrated in recognition of his enduring vision and contribution to the field of music”, she stated. She also shared that they would carry forth the mission in his memory aiming towards opening hearts and minds of young generation to draw inspiration from his life and forge ahead to reach even greater heights.

She further informed that the memorial award has been conferred to a total of 18 persons till date.

The award recognises students, who have set a noteworthy achievement in music in the High School Leaving Certificate Examination under Nagaland Board of School Education (NBSE).

Resource person and NBCC general secretary, Rev. Dr. Zelhou Keyho, said that it was a moment to celebrate the talents that God has bestowed differently upon every person. Also speaking about the musical gifts of the children and the grandchildren, he hoped that they would carry on the legacy.

“If you walk in faith and keep the faith, you will be a beautiful family,” he said adding, “your lifestyle in faith will be the crown of this award.”

He encouraged the family members to continue with the mission and not disappear with the passage of time. He further encourage everyone not only to love and fear God, but also to follow his commandments so that they could all, in their little ways, contribute towards building a better family, society and a better world.

During the programme, Bible reading and prayer was led by Thejangulie Üsou, while a song was presented by grandchildren of the late Reverend as well by the staff of RDNUMS. The vote of thanks was delivered by Aleü Üsou and the closing prayer was said by Imtinaro Imchen.

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Oct 10, 2020 10:07:27 pm