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KOCC teams up with Muslim community for social work in Kohima

By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Oct 20, 2021 9:29 pm
Participants from Muslim community during the social work on Wednesday morning in Kohima.

Our Correspondent
Kohima, Oct. 20 (EMN):
Members of Keep Our City Clean (KOCC), organised a social work with Muslim community including youth volunteers between the stretch of Razhü Point and TCP Gate on Wednesday morning in Kohima.

It was informed that the cleanliness drive was conducted in the presence of Kohima Municipal Council administrator,T Lanusenla Longkumer.

While engaging in the cleanliness activities, the Muslim community in Kohima was also said to have declared October 20 as “cleanliness day” every year.

It was also informed that shopkeepers between the two points were also seen cleaning their shop areas during the early part of the day.

Refreshments, facemasks and gloves were provided by Mokhu, the proprietor of Shamim Brothers.

Khriehuzo Lohe, convenor of KOCC, informed Eastern Mirror that altogether, about 30 members from Muslim community including members of KOCC and others participated in the social work. 

When asked if they had any plans to clear choked drains along the nook and corner of the city besides cleaning the surface of the streets alone, he responded that with the participation of more members in the coming days, they would organise a social work for clearing up such mess.

He also informed that KOCC would pick up litter including plastic bottles and wrappers along the highway between Tsiese Basa and IG Stadium under the campaign,”keep our national highway clean” in their next cleanliness drive.

For this, he informed that they would rope in participants including youth members from some churches.

By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Oct 20, 2021 9:29:23 pm