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NDPP official urges to embrace love during Christmas

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By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Dec 16, 2023 9:26 pm
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Anei-ü Khaming and members of Ranthüza Colony pose for a photograph during a pre-Christmas celebration in Jakhama village on Saturday. (EM Images)

JAKHAMA — Anei-ü Khaming, vice president of the Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party (NDPP), has highlighted the need to shift focus from traditional festivities to the essence of Christmas by advocating love and family unity.

Speaking at the pre-Christmas celebraton programme at Ranthüza Colony in Jakhama village on Saturday, she urged the participants to embrace fellowship and build meaningful relationships during the holiday season. Appreciating a delightful Christmas carol performance by Ranthüza youth and women, Khaming emphasised the significance of healing and forgiveness for a truly enriching Christmas experience.

“Healing allows us to love and accept ourselves, and forgiveness opens doors to greater things,” she stated.

Khaming encouraged the participants to put Jesus Christ at the centre of their lives during Christmas season saying that He is the “way, the truth, and the life.”

Kezhodeho Tetso, chairman of Jakhama Town Council, praised Ranthüza Colony for enhancing their locality’s aesthetics and cleanliness by garnering admiration from passersby and visitors, especially during the festive season. Tetso lauded their ongoing efforts and called for others to follow suit.

In an interaction with this newspaper, Tetso shared insights into the town council’s adherence to established norms and protocols, noting slow but steady progress in Jakhama’s development, fueled by an increasing population and renowned Catholic educational institutions.

Kehonei Meze, the eldest member of the colony, stressed the importance of peaceful conduct and a cooperative spirit for successful community activities.

Vikhol Khieya, deacon of Jakhama Town Baptist Church, said the invocation prayer, while Kedihol Khieya, chairman of Ranthüza Colony, delivered the welcome address during the programme chaired by Kelühol Tase.

Tepunocho Meze presented the treasurer’s report and Keduhokho Tetso, president of Ranthüza youth, delivered the vote of thanks.

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By Menuse-O Max Khieya Updated: Dec 16, 2023 9:26:35 pm
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