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Kohima Law College reaches out to orphanage home

By EMN Updated: Aug 07, 2019 11:12 pm
Members of Kohima Law College along with the children of Kohima Orphanage Home pose for a photograph during a fellowship on August 6.

Dimapur, Aug. 7 (EMN): Kohima Law College (KLC) organised a special service with the children of Kohima Orphanage Home on August 6 and donated five bags of rice, salt and dal.

Speaking on the occasion, the proprietor of Orphanage Home, Neibano, welcomed the teaching, non-teaching faculty and students of Kohima Law College. She also shared on the functioning of the Home.

The children presented scripture recitations and other choir pieces. A special group song was also presented by the students of Kohima Law College.

Speaker and the professor-in-charge of Kohima Law College, Kezhokhoto Savi, cited several successful stories of orphanages including Missionary of Charity run by Mother Teresa. He also shared a true story of an orphanage who became a top leader of his country.

“God loves the children and as a child of God we are to put our trust in God,” Savi stated adding God has a plan for everyone to prosper. He advised the children not to go astray but just walk with Jesus, who is our Lord and Saviour.

An update from the Kohima Law College stated that the teaching and non-teaching staff of the college conducts prayer meeting on every first day of the month after normal classes. It also collects free-will donations from the members.

Kohima Orphanage Home provides shelter to more than hundred children including 93 school and college going students. It was learned that the Home had received few hundred bags of rice from the State government in the year 2018 which was of great help to them.

Kohima Law College has appealed to the state government to regularly supply rice to the Home as per the National Food Security Act, 2013.

By EMN Updated: Aug 07, 2019 11:12:07 pm