Tuesday, November 29, 2022

ABCC, CEM, CC Kohima organise 2-wheeler rally for clean election

A two-wheeler rally on the theme, “I stand for Clean Election” was organised Tuesday by Angami Baptist Church Council, Clean Election Movement, Core Committee (ABCC, CEM, CC)
A press release by the organisers informed that 200 riders participated in the rally which culminated with a short service at ABCC Mission Compound, Kohima.
Speaking at the programme, ABCC, CEM, CC, convenor Pastor Atuo Whuorie said the rally was a non-partisan movement with no political agenda. He said the rally does not intend to support or condemn any party or individual but the church organised it with the sole intent to remind its members to stay away from all the malpractices that comes with election, and to act as responsible Christian stewards.
Pastor Whuorie also reminded the gathering not to conform oneself to the patterns of the world but to continue to renew oneself as an act of worship, to remain salt and light to the world as children of the living God and to stand for truth with honesty and integrity.
He also urged the participants to come forward, with a willing heart, and take a pledge to stand for clean election.
The programme was chaired by ABCC, CEM, CC, member Esabel Solo; ABCC women department director, Ruokuovinuo Noudi read the scripture and said the invocation prayer; a special number was presented by Boulieo Sekhose and ABCC executive director, Rev. Dr. V. Atsi Dolie pronounced the benediction prayer.
A signature campaign was held and wristbands and CEM stickers were distributed to the participants.

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