KPC team calls on Governor
KOHIMA, AUGUST 16
A eight-member team of the Kohima Press Club (KPC) called on the Governor of Nagaland, PB Acharya at the Raj Bhavan, Kohima on Saturday.
A KPC release stated that the Governor interacted with the KPC team, and expressed his desire to strengthen people-to-people relationship in the state. The Governor said he looks forward to bridging gaps between the people of the north east including Nagaland and the rest of the country beginning with the education level by introducing a fellowship link among various institutions. He also remarked that he is keen on learning at least the basics of the different Naga tribal dialects starting with Tenyidie.
The Governor, while asking about the activities and function of the press fraternity in the state capital, also assured his support to the KPC in their endeavours for the welfare of the club members. He said the press constitutes an important part of a democracy and further expressed his interest to having more interactions with the members of the fraternity in the near future.
The KPC submitted a general memorandum to the Governor for maintenance of good rapport between the press and the state government and its various establishments.
The KPC team included KPC president Xavier Rutsa, vice president Ketusielie Viluo, general secretary Alice Yhoshü, joint secretary Ng Solomon Sha, treasurer Rüülhoutuonuo Theünuo, advisor Kopelo Krome and senior members Oken Jeet Sandham and Vincent Belho.