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Naga INCARNATE wins NSACS ZERO, Tuensang

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By EMN Updated: Oct 09, 2013 9:38 pm
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[dropcap]T[/dropcap]HE Red Ribbon Superstar NSACS ZERO band audition for Tuensang was held at the Government Higher Secondary School auditorium, where seven bands in the district competed for a chance to go through to the finals.
More than 600 people turned up to support the campaign and also listen to some good music from the bands. The event was honored by the presence of ADC Tuensang Shri Sushil Kumar, who also delivered the opening speech.
In his short talk, he lauded the efforts of the NSACS in bringing down the number of new infections in the state through awareness campaigns such as this. He further stressed on the need for the society as a whole to support those infected with HIV/AIDS, and help remove the stigma attached to HIV/AIDS.
Chuba from Tuensang Users Network also shared his testimony, and encouraged all the young people present to stay away from drugs and to resist peer pressure. Brand Ambassadors Clueless Attention once again captivated the audience with stunning performances of popular hits and their originals ‘Free’ and ‘I believe’.
Out of the seven competing bands, NAGA INCARNATE were adjudged the winners, while EVOLUTION TO TRAILBLAZERS and ONENESS came in second and third place respectively. The event was assisted by volunteers from Tuensang Hills Accolade Society, Government Higher Secondary School and Loyem Memorial College.
The NSACS ZERO crews were able to reach out to more than 200 students of Bethesda High School and more than 600 students of Government High School Thangjam.
At both the venues, brand ambassadors for the campaign Clueless Attention, entertained the students with their very own rendition of popular hits including ‘Always there for you’.
Officials from NSACS were able to speak to the students about HIV/AIDS and the importance of abstinence from drugs, alcohol and other harmful practices.

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By EMN Updated: Oct 09, 2013 9:38:39 pm