Mezo-Kuotsu Mechü Kelhou celebrates golden jubilee

Mezo-Kuotsu Mechü Kelhou celebrates golden jubilee
Youth presents special number at the golden jubilee celebration of Mezo-Kuotsu Mechü Kelhou on January 12.

 

Our Correspondent
Kohima | January 13

 

The Mezo-Kuotsu Mechü Kelhou (MKMK) celebrated its golden jubilee on Friday at Phehinu, Mezoma under Kohima district. The celebration was attended by the various tribes of Nagaland who were the clans of Kuotsu, Chakhesang, Rengmas, Zeliang and the Naga Kuotsu Union.

 

Bizo M Kuotsu, Additional Controller and HoD, Legal Metrology & Consumer Protection Department, Nagaland graced the occasion as the chief guest.

 

The chief guest said that the Kuotsu clan have been spread across the state of Nagaland, Manipur, Assam, Arunachal Pradesh and across the border of Myanmar. He also pointed out that at present the fact finding have able to identified Kuotsu clans living in 66 villages. The research committee is doing their best to find out more. He urged the gathering of Kuotsu clans to have unity among the clans and march forward with the celebration of golden jubilee. With the celebration of jubilee one must have a vision to do better and uplift one another by coming together as one family and show the good example to Naga brother, he maintained.

 

Sharing a brief history of Mezo-Kuotsu, Lhoutuo Kuotsu pointed out that in the early days among the Mezo-Kuotsu some misunderstanding have arrived and they disperse. Later, the Jotsoma Kikhwüno Khel have come forward and brought together the family into unity on 2nd January 1954. With the coming together the clans have gathered together on 28th November 1968 and continuously celebrating the days. However, due to time constraint they change the date to a convenient time where everyone can come together and fixed the date on 12th January every year.

 

Greetings was shared by MKMK president Neithovilie Kuotsu while jubilee organizing committee convenor Er. Neisievilie Lhousa chaired the programme.

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