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NNC observes Naga Plebiscite Day

By EMN Updated: May 16, 2019 11:46 pm
National workers of Pfutsero area pose for a group photograph on the occasion of 69th Naga Plebiscite Day in Pfutsero town on May 16.

Dimapur, May 16 (EMN):
Naga National Council (NNC) delegates from Mokokchung, Wokha, Phek, and Kohima district have jointly observed the 69th Naga Plebiscite Day in Wokha town on May 16.

The programme was chaired by TS Keyho, NNC vice president, while God’s blessing was invoked by Rev. Elhio, pastor of CRC Pongitong. Chenirao Humtsoe, NNC Central Executive member, delivered the welcome address and the Plebiscite Day’s presidential speech of Gen. (Retd.) Thinoselie M Keyho was read out by the president of NNC Angami Regional Council.

Several senior NNC workers also delivered short speeches in the function.

Speaking on the occasion, the vice president stressed on the importance and its landmark achievement of NNC – Naga Plebiscite, while the president of Angami Region (NNC) emphasised on the need and urgency of a “United Naga” to enable NNC to save the Nagas today and their future.

Acting president of NNC Ao Region, in his speech, pressed hard on coming together by the Nagas based on Nagas plebiscite which is very vital and the president of NNC Lotha Region urged Nagas to join hands and uphold the NNC.

One noted leader stated that all the Naga tribes must unite and raise a collective voice for the Nagas cause.

In conclusion, T Oren Lotha, president of NNC Lotha Regional Council pronounced the vote of thanks and concluded with a mass prayer.

In a similar programme, national workers of Pfutsero area have observed the 69th anniversary of the Naga National Council (NNC) Plebiscite Day at Calvary Baptist Church, Pfutsero town, on May 16.

Speaker of Leacy Hoho Chakhesang Region, FGN, Kamucho Chuzho was the main speaker of the programme. Chairman of Pfutsero village council, M Mero, stated that public leaders and various organisations along with the Pfutseromi village council have greeted all the national workers.

He added that Solhi Mero, the oldest man of Pfutseromi village and one of the signatories of the plebiscite, also attended the programme.


By EMN Updated: May 16, 2019 11:46:45 pm