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Naga artistes Seyievinuo, Imnainla perform in Bangladesh

By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Jun 09, 2024 8:35 pm
Naga artistes Seyievinuo, Imnainla perform in Bangladesh
Seyievinuo Chuzho and Imnainla Jamir performing during the World Environment Day in Bangladesh.

KOHIMA — Naga artistes Seyievinuo Chuzho and Imnainla Jamir performed during a recent event held to observe World Environment Day in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

The celebration, organised by the initiative of Travelettes of Bangladesh and Manusher Jonno Foundation, was titled “Cooling Earth Campaign and Concert”.

The campaign was conducted to raise awareness about environmental protection on June 5 at the office of Manusher Jonno Foundation, Alok Hall Room.

This event was supported by Masterpeace Global, Mastarpeace Bangladesh, and Culture Monks and the duo are “COOLeaders Ambassador” of Masterpeace Global, from Nagaland.

To create awareness about climate change, Bangladesh and India jointly organised the event.

Alongside the duo from Nagaland, the Ongko Band from Bangladesh performed in the music concert.

Speaking to Eastern Mirror on her arrival to Nagaland on Sunday, singer Chuzho said they had a “remarkable experience” visiting Bangladesh and having the opportunity to speak on World Environment Day about pressing issues such as her brutal experience of traffic congestion and environmental sustainability.

During her address during the event, Chuzho also highlighted the importance of improving traffic jams as a means to reduce pollution and enhance the overall quality of life for the people in the region.

She emphasised the significance of planting more trees to combat rising humidity levels and preserve the environmental balance while commending the strides taken by Bangladesh in recognising these environmental challenges and actively seeking solutions to address them.

She also shared that one particular aspect that captivated during her visit was the architectural grandeur of the 400-year-old abandoned Panam City, 30 miles southeast of the capital Dhaka where the rich Hindu traders laid the foundation of Panam Nagar in the early years of the 19th century – consisting of 52 buildings.

She also shared that she was impressed by the advancements made by Bangladeshi society in various spheres, reflecting a harmonious blend of tradition and modernity. 

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By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Jun 09, 2024 8:35:00 pm
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