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Nagaland Catholic Youth Movement installs new team

By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Jan 23, 2024 11:03 pm
Nagaland Catholic Youth Movement
Rev. Fr. Vekupa George along with outgoing and incoming NCYM executives at Kohima Cathedral on Monday.

KOHIMA — Nagaland Catholic Youth Movement (NCYM) installed new team of executive members for the tenure 2024-27 during a programme held at Kohima Cathedral on Tuesday.

Rev. Fr. Vekupa George, director of NCYM, led the installation programme and exhorted the members to continue with its mission with dedication. Acknowledging the efforts of the outgoing executives, he emphasised the importance of organising regular meetings and expressed hope that the new NCYM team would take the organisation forward to achieve its goals.

On the occasion, Dr. Lowrance Kithan, NCYM outgoing president, handed over the constitution to the incoming president, Dr. Rosou Ronald.

Speaking at the event, Ronald sought guidance from former members. He also motivated his team to collaborate effectively as they embark on their journey. He further urged the outgoing team to provide updates on any incomplete tasks during their tenure in order to accomplish the task.

Rev. Sr. Mariyam Khiyang, lady animator of NCYM, shared her experiences working with the youth executives and highlighted her extensive travels across Nagaland with the youth.

Zhovi Peter, former spokesperson of NCYM, extended gratitude to his colleagues and encouraged the new team. He expressed confidence in their ability to surpass the achievements of the previous team.

He also thanked Fr. Vekupa for his guidance and Sr. Mariyam for her supportive role as the motherly figure of the team.

Neiphrenuo Genevieve, NCYM outgoing general secretary, informed about some major activities including the recent NCYM convention and the triennial Bishop Abraham Memorial Volleyball tournament conducted during their tenure.

She apprised that the first Nagaland Catholic Choral Fiesta. Genevieve also highlighted the outreach programmes conducted in remote areas of Nagaland while emphasising the diverse activities organised by different executive teams in response to the evolving needs of the community.

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By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Jan 23, 2024 11:03:02 pm
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