‘Naga society has too many leaders’
Kohima, Dec. 28 (EMN): Former chairman of the Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC) Kehupoyo Puro says that the Naga society has too many leaders that it becomes a problem for the society to progress.
Puro was addressing the 66th general session of the Thenyizumi Students’ Union on December 28 in the GMS campus as the event’s special guest.
Puro opined that the lack of a competitive spirit is because of the numerous activities irrespective of social or religious significance.
While commending the Thenyizumi community for the hardworking spirit, Puro urged them to continue working in the spirit of keeping up with the legacy of their elders. He asserted that nothing is easy unless they persevere.
Puro told the gathering not to let politics polarise the progress and development of the society. He said the present society struggles with division, and lacks unity.
According to the speaker, not everyone can be educated or be rich. Nonetheless, he said rich cultural values are treasures from forefathers. He urged the gathering to upkeep their legacy.
In the evening session, Keneinuo Swuro, an advocate, of the Phek Bar Association, was the session speaker.
Another speaker, Melevolu Thisa, who secured the post of lecturer through the NPSC, urged the students to embark on the ideals of hard work, self discipline and consistency.
Meritorious students who excelled in their studies were also felicitated during the programme. An annual magazine, “The Rudder,” was released by Puro.
A new team of TSU led by Veduto Theyo as president for the tenure 2020 was also elected during the event.