Nienu praises Pochury government officers
Dimapur, November 26
Minister for Roads Kuzholuzo Nienu is appreciative of Pochury officers serving in the government saying that the community has officers fewer than others but they are sincere in their works. The Pochury Gazette Officers’ Forum met on November 23 in Kohima town. Minister for Roads and Bridges and Parliamentary Affairs Kuzholuzo Nienu was the chief guest while Parliamentary Secretary for Veterinary and Animal Husbandry Yitachu was the guest of honor.
In his speech during the event, Minister Nienu said the Pochury tribe has fewer “gazetted” officers employed in the government of Nagaland. However, the minister said, this “few sincere officers” were “extending their fullest support to the services of the community and helping in the growth of the government and the state.
Nienu termed the Pochury officers and employees as “the most hardworking and sincere in discharging their duties.” The politicians said further that his is privileged to work with them and acknowledged the officers for their contribution in running the affairs of the state smoothly. He urged “those sincere officers” not to be disheartened line the event of challenges or “if they fail to receive human recognition.” The reason is, Kuzholuzo Nienu explained, ‘God’s blessing is the highest recognition.’
Parliamentary Secretary for Veterinary and Animal Husbandry also addressed the gathering. Yitachu said that the creation of societies or organizations would not solve “issues.” Rather, he said, the officers must focus on developing trust among the people. That way the officers would ‘win the heart of the people,’ the parliamentary secretary said. He congratulated the new officers from the Pochury community who joined in the government’s service. He was optimistic that with the new officers, the Pochury officers would strive towards the goals of their motto ‘serve with dignity.’
The meeting concluded with a declaration of the new team of office bearers who would lead the Pochury Gazetted Officers Forum. The new team is led by Z Nyusietho Nyuthe as president and Sievitho Katiry as general secretary.