Kohima, July 5 (MExN): The Kyong Naga Cultural Society (KNCS) Kohima with an aim to “research, preserve and promote the rich Lotha Naga culture and tradition” inaugurated its unit office at Wokha Village and Longsa Village on June 16.
Dr. Chumben Murry, MLA and Er. S. Emmanuel Ezung, SDO R&B, PWD, Wokha graced the inaugural events as resource persons at Wokha Village and Longsa Village respectively.
At Wokha Village, Dr. Chumben spoke on the importance of promoting tourism through culture and tradition, informed a press release from KNCS president, Zubemo Kithan. While promoting the rich culture and tradition, one should be wise and careful to choose only the good ones and leave the redundant ones, the MLA added. Wokha Village Baptist Church pastor, O. Thungben Kikon said a prayer for the newly elected office bearers of KNCS, Wokha Village Unit.
In Longsa Village, Er S. Emmanuel Ezung spoke on the importance of traditional attires terming them “a must to wear for it is our identity,” the release said. Catechist St. Peter’s Church Longsa Village,