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Leaders prayer breakfast summit held with call for unity

By Thejoto Nienu Updated: Oct 07, 2023 9:25 pm
Rev. Luoliehu Yimsung along with the legislators and other leaders after the Kingdom Leaders Prayer Breakfast Summit at Hotel Vivor in Kohima on Saturday. (EM Images)

KOHIMA — Rev. Luoliehu Yimsung has called for unity among leaders from various political parties, social and religious group saying that time for religiosity is over and it is about time to have relationship with the people.

Rev. Yimsung stated this during the 10th Kingdom Leaders Prayer Breakfast Summit (KLPBS) on Saturday at Hotel Vivor in Kohima held on the theme ‘Thanksgiving, unity, servanthood.’

“It is about time that we come together and not scattered anymore,” said Rev. Yimsung and maintained that the people should speak ‘one language and in one voice.’

He told the gathering to remain faithful to their callings in their professions and stated that there is no short cut to the Kingdom leadership secret. He further cautioned the leaders to remain alert and protects their family, marriage, community, city and nation.

Aloh Ngowang, the chief Ahng of Sheanghah village in Mon district, in his greetings, expressed delight in be a part of the event and called upon the leaders of the state to give attention to development to be at par with the neighbouring states. He also called upon the gathering to shed differences and individualism.

Meanwhile, Dr. Andrew Ahoto, NPP national general secretary, called upon the congregation to think beyond oneself and manifest as true leader. He emphasised on the need for leaders to care for the people saying that transformation should first start from the state.

The welcome address was delivered Rev. Robert Kikon, senior minister at Father’s House Church, while Rev. Dr. Rabi Pame blew a shofar to mark the significance of the event.

The programme was moderated by Nune Kire, while Rev. Yamyap Konyak, state chaplain, said the invocation prayer and Rev. Fr. Benjamin Chang, parish priest of St. Mary’s Parish in Lakhuti village, said the benediction prayer.

A one-minute silence was observed to remember the legacy of past leaders. Besides, a special prayer was offered for the legislators, leaders of political groups, civil society and churches.

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By Thejoto Nienu Updated: Oct 07, 2023 9:25:03 pm
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