Wokha Circle Students’ Union holds general conference
Wokha, Dec. 10 (EMN): Wokha Circle Students’ Union (WCSU) held its 22nd general conference at Tiyi Hall in Wokha town on Saturday with the advisor of Law and Justice and chairman of Wokha DPDB, Dr. Chumben Murry, as the special guest on a theme “Lothas hundred years from now.”
Speaking at the conference, Dr. Murry encouraged the student community to ponder on the history of the past hundred years and to envision what they want the Lotha community to be a hundred years from now. He recalled how the Lothas and Nagas’ lives have evolved in a short time as the present generation has become too modernized. Dr. Murry urged the students to have clear perception as he expressed that there is a gap in the present generation for adopting modernisation without reasoning.
He called upon the students to stand on solid ground and make a five to ten years plan to achieve their goals. He also advised them to ‘be an efficient manager and not an effective manager’ in every duty and responsibility in life.
Dr. Murry further urged the student community to pray for Naga solution saying, it is also one stumbling block towards all round development in Nagaland.
Lichan Humtsoe, founder and CEO, Ete Coffee, urged the students to strive with perseverance and dedication to enable Lotha community to become a brand globally. He also inspired the congregation through his struggle to build Ete Coffee, which is now at number two in India as a brand. He further advised not to compare one another but help each other for the community to progress.
The presidential address was delivered by C Longshithung Lotha, while solidarity messages were delivered by Abenthung Tsopoe, senior LSU leader, and Chumben Khuvung, deputy speaker of Nagaland Students’ Federation.