CMA Triennial General Session ends

CMA Triennial General Session ends
(L) Kewezu. G. Kenye, (R) Neiba Kronu, addressing the inaugural and valedictory sessions respectively.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 10/10/2018 11:47:28 AM IST

The two-day long 11th triennial general session of the Chakhesang Mothers’ Association (CMA) successfully culminated at Baptist Theological College (BTC), Square, T. Chikri, Pfutsero with Kewezu G. Kenye, MP, Rajya Sabha and Neiba Kronu, minister, Planning & Coordination, Land Revenue gracing the session as the inaugural and valedictory guests respectively, on October 10.

A press release from CMA stated that Kewezu G. Kenye, while addressing the mammoth gathering during the inaugural session, emphasized on the need to preserve the rich traditional and cultural values of the Naga forefathers and urged mothers to educate their children with efforts to promote cultural identity.

Mothers have big responsibilities to shoulder in order to build a better society and more meaningful way to live, Kenye said and urged the mothers to impart basic cultural and traditional values to the upcoming youngsters.

He also congratulated the CMA for being thoughtful at all times in prayer and in works at home.

CMA president Zaposhelu Venuh delivered her presidential address, and Kekhwengulo Lea, president Chakhesang Public Organization (CPO) gave greetings during the inaugural session in the program chaired by CMA vice president, Zhonelu Tunyi. Rev. Dr. Vezopa Tetseo, executive secretary, Chakhesang Baptist Church Council (CBCC) invoked the opening prayer, Pfutsero Town Mothers’ Association (PTMA) presented a song, CMA general secretary gave secretarial report while Rev. Vevozo Khamo, executive secretary, Chakhesang Christian Revival Church Council (CCRCC) pronounced the closing prayer.

During the valedictory session, Neiba Kronu emphasised on the important roles being played by women around the globe. Citing instances of high positions being occupied by women, Kronu said, women were second to none and he challenged the womenfolk to move forward with a positive attitude.

Kronu urged all mothers to be more responsible in their lives and respect each other. Sharing his vision, Kronu said, “I have a plan to develop roads and power connectivity in our district as my priority where massive cooperation from all corners is required to execute the dream plans in reality”.

Earlier CMA advisor Vechulo-u Kanuo led the valedictory session, Dr. Kuzhopoyo Tunyi, pastor, CMCC invoked God’s blessings, Vetulu Kronu, former Naga Idol finalist made a special appearance, Asune & Hushezulu also presented indigenous songs. CMA vice president Zhonelu Tunyi delivered some words of gratitude, and Zumosa Kezo, catechist offered the closing prayer.


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