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Northern Angami youths to hold musical nite on Oct. 28

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Oct 24, 2018 11:00 pm
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NAYO organising committee members during a press briefing in Kohima on Wed., Oct. 24.

Our Correspondent
Kohima, Oct. 24 (EMN): As part of the year-long activities commemorating its 25th anniversary, Northern Angami Youth Organisation (NAYO) has announced to organise a musical nite cum release of its anniversary theme song by 63 year-old legendary musician, Methaneilie Jütakhrie on October 28 at 5 pm at Khouchiezie (Kohima local ground).
This was informed by Kekhriengulie Theünuo, convenor of the organising committee, during a press briefing on October 24 evening in Kohima. It was informed that NAYO, which came into being in 1993, has its constituent units from 31 recognised villages under Northern Angami region. It has about 5000 youth members, he added.

Theünuo informed that as part of its year-long programme, the musical nite is primary organised to celebrate and showcase the talents of the artistes from Northern Angami region. The artistes performing in the musical nite include Euphony choir, Ruokuovotuo Pfüsenuo, Dziesekhrienuo Keretsuü, Visetuo Chüpuo, Thejaneinuo Kiewhuo & Kikrusenuo Kiewhuo, Thejangulie Metha, Keneisedenuo & sisters, and Mhasizolie Metsieo.

He also informed that a mass social work will be held in the first week of November to clean drainage and clear jungles along NH-2 from IG Stadium till Botsa covering a distance of 30 km. In this regard, all the youth under NAYO are requested to participate in the social work.

As part of the celebration, it was informed that NAYO office cum hall will be inaugurated on November 7 at Chiephobozou.
Also informing about the main celebration of its anniversary, Theünuo said the organisation in collaboration with the state government will be organising a stone pulling ceremony on December 5, coinciding with the Hornbill Festival.

The stone pulling ceremony will start from Chiechama local ground to Northern Angami Centre, Cheiphobozou, which is about 3 ½ km. The organising committee is expecting participation from both national and international tourists to join the stone pulling ceremony.

Meanwhile, the organisers further informed that the entry fee for the musical nite is fixed at INR 200 for gallery and INR 1000 (admit 2).

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By Our Correspondent Updated: Oct 24, 2018 11:00:22 pm