Minister Azo inaugurates Tabitha Academy building
Kohima, August 12
Minister for PWD (Roads & Bridges) and Parliamentary Affairs Kuzholuzo (Azo) Nienu on Monday inaugurated Tabitha Academy’s building at Sepfuzou below Alder College, Kohima.
Speaking on the occasion, Azo stated that he was deeply impressed with the management of Tabitha Academy for their commitment and zeal to mould and nurture the children. This is something we all should encourage and support in order to enable the children to grow up in the right direction, the minister said.
The minister appreciated Kudecho Khamo for accepting the challenging task and done so much specially for the children with special needs. The initiative and enthusiasm to help the poor and needy specially the differently able children is an eye opener which all of us should come out in the like manner, the minister said.
Azo also stated that he was really touched by the way Ati and Asanuo taking keen interest to care and sacrifice for the children with special gifts through Tabitha Enabling Resource Centre (TERC). Further, the minister maintained that the society must show love and concern to these differently able children by way of prayer and sharing what God has given to us.
Earlier, Rev. Khrotso Mero, Sr. pastor Chakhesang Baptist Church Kohima dedicated the Academy. Kudecho Khamo stated that a land has already been acquired for TERC at Sepfuzou, which will be managed as a Ministry by Ati and Asanuo in place of the previous nomenclature Tabitha Enabling Academy. We are planning to start a new academic session for the students with special needs there next year, he said.
On behalf of the Academy, Khamo also requested the minister to blacktop and in some cases construct with cement concrete from its plot below Alder College.
Stating that school is one of the best platforms to initiate change both in the lives of individuals and in the society as a whole, Khamo stated that Tabitha Academy is committed to meet the demand for academic excellence and strive to provide quality education.
He also stated that the school is also committed to motivate and train up a student to become a competent and responsible citizen of the country, to explore and develop the innate faculties and talents through various programmes and activities, to inculcate moral and ethical values for the wholesome development of a student’s personality and to create a sound Christian environment for developing them into a God “ fearing people.
Nagaland Legislative Assembly (NLA) speaker Chotisuh Sazo, parliamentary secretary for housing & excise T. Torechu, parliamentary secretary for higher education & SCERT Deo Nukhu including several other dignitaries also graced the occasion.