Monday, February 6, 2023

Wokha Town night carnival begins

An eight days night carnival organized by Wokha District Chamber of Commerce and Industry (WDCCI) kicked off today at Wokha Town police point on Thursday with Additional Deputy Commissioner Wokha, K. Furhesie Nyuwi as the special guest of the inaugural programme.
Speaking at a short inaugural programme, Nyuwi called upon the shoppers and visitors to have a sense of true Christian spirit and called to forgive one another, as the season of joy and celebration cornering the Christmas season. He also informed the stalls owners and visitors to keep the town clean stating that many Naga societies lack civic sense and responsibility where he appealed to do away with old habits.
The ADC appreciated the organizers, WDCCI for providing a platform to the local vendors and entrepreneurs during festive season. He said that many of Naga society take such opportunity and enjoyment in different levels, where he reminded the youths to enjoy and celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ in the right direction avoiding intoxication and other immoral activities.
President WDCCI, Renpithung Kikon in a short speech said that the motive behind organizing the carnival was to promote local vegetable vendors and entrepreneurs as well as students’ organization and various SHGs as many of the schools and colleges get over and it is a season of joy and through such event it can benefit and promote one another. He called everyone to be part of the eight days’ event in peace, love and forgiveness.
Member of Wokha District Entrepreneurs Association (WDEA), Zaranchee Murry extended Christmas greetings to the congregation while he wished the stalls owners’ prosperous season of shopping. He also called the citizens of Wokha town to come and extend support to the local entrepreneurs so that it boosts the economy within the community.
The programme was chaired by Thungbeni Kikon, while a special number was presented by Megan Lotha and invocation was offered by Zuboni Tungoe.

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