WAYO celebrates 25th anniversary
Kohima, Jan. 6 (EMN): Western Angami Youth Organisation (WAYO) celebrated its silver jubilee at WAPO ground in Sechü Zubza on January 6.
Renowned businessman and chief guest, Nibu Nagi, in his address, encouraged the youth to grab every opportunity both big and small and earned their livelihood instead of being idle at home. He said that work culture would help them to learn new things.
As successful business person, he said there were lots of jobs opportunity in the state that require manpower if they were hardworking.
Recalling the past, he said people admired Nagas and were known for hardworking but said that trend is losing he furthur emphasized.
Nagi said we study so much but are unable to find a job even after we attain their degree and maintained that possessing a degree certificate have nothing to do unless they do something in practical.
He called upon the youth to acquire knowledge and do something with what they have learned when they finish their studies.
He reminded the gathering that mere talking without action would lead them nowhere in reality life and said there are too much of leaders in the state but needed a role model and not a good speaker.
He also challenged the youths not only to look for government jobs alone but also seeks in different ventures to sustain the livelihood. He therefore called upon the youths to work hard and survive.
WAYO president Neidilhoutuo Sechü delivered his presidential address while keynote address was delivered by steering committee
convenor Lhousarovi Paul Rino. Greetings were shared by Lhuphrevilie Rino, president Western Angami Public Organization (WAPO), and Neinguvotuo Krose, president Angami Youth Organization (AYO).
In the cultural programme, Niketu Iralu, social and peace activist attended the occasion as the special guest.
Earlier in the morning, Nibu Naga, the chief guest unveiled the silver jubilee monolith near ABCC Prayer Garden to make the occasion.