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NSF holds federal assembly in Zhavame

By EMN Updated: Sep 03, 2019 10:35 pm
Members of the Naga Students’ Federation are seen during the first federal assembly for the tenure 2019-21 at Zhavame village in Phek district on August 29.

Dimapur, Sep. 3 (EMN): The first federal assembly of the Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) for the tenure 2019-21 was held at Zhavame village in Phek district on August 29 with the unveiling of the monolith at Zhavame Students’ Union View Point, Kapamodzu Range, by the federation president Ninoto Awomi in the presence of the speaker Rite Khutsoh.
Hosted by the Chakhesang Students’ Union (CSU), the assembly proceeded with an invocation offered by Sarhunyi John Krocha, Catechist of Zhavame village, and the house was declared opened by the speaker Rite Khutsoh.

The agendas that were tabled before the house ranged from backdoor appointment, Indo-Naga political talk, proper implementation of ILP in the state and in its entirety, review of Tuli Paper Mill and Wazeho cement factory among other issues. The federation press release stated that after a successful discussion and business hour, the assembly was adjourned sine die.

Prior to the federal assembly, village council of Zhavame organised a civic reception programme at the village amphitheatre on August 30. An elaborate ceremony seasoned with traditional itineraries was held in honour of the welcomed guests where the NSF president, Ninoto Awomi, and CSU president, Lavoto, delivered short messages.

The assembly was attended by all the 17 federating units of NSF, four sub-ordinate units and three delegates from the Eastern Naga Students’ Association, Myanmar.

By EMN Updated: Sep 03, 2019 10:35:14 pm