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Mokokchung bids farewell to outgoing DC

By Imrongkumba Aier Updated: Mar 30, 2022 9:50 pm
Limawabang Jamir delivering a farewell speech during a programme at DC Bungalow on Wednesday.

Our Correspondent
Mokokchung, March 30 (EMN):
Mokokchung district bade farewell to its outgoing deputy commissioner, Limawabang Jamir, during a programme held at DC Bungalow on Wednesday.

Speaking at the programme, the outgoing DC stated that he is leaving more enriched with the knowledge and wisdom acquired from the people of Mokokchung. The outgoing deputy commissioner, who joined the office in November 2019, stated that his stay in Mokokchung for 2 years and 4 months was a memorable and successful journey.

He also attributed all the achievements made during his short stay in Mokokchung to the team work and contribution from all quarters. He has thanked all head of offices, subordinates, administrative officers, NGO and public of Mokokchung in general.

He also said admitted that because of  the pandemic, the district have better health  facility today and requested the CMO and MS of IMDH to work with renewed vigor to improve the health sector with the help of the civil societies and NGO.  

The DC further appealed to the incoming DC to look into the matter of acute water shortage in Mokokchung. In this regard, he has suggested for a consultative meeting with PHED and civil societies and to put forward grievances to the government but without agitation.

In a short speech, the incoming DC, Shashank Pratap Singh, has sought guidance and support from the DC even in the future.

Short speeches were delivered by Dr. Sentitula, DFO, on behalf of DPDB members; Aotula T Imchen, SP Mokokchung; Chubawati, president of Ao Senden; Limanungsang Kichu, president of AWUM; Aoneken, accountant on behalf of DC staff; Lipoknukshi, PA to DC on behalf of Dobashis; Dharam Raj, ADC of Mangkolemba on behalf of outpost administrative officers.

By Imrongkumba Aier Updated: Mar 30, 2022 9:50:26 pm