Morung Express News
Dibrugarh | June 10
A team from Nagaland Mission Movement (NMM) today held a meeting and interacted with representatives of the Naga Students’ Union Dibrugarh (NSUD) and Naga Christian Fellowship (NCF), Dibrugarh at Naga Patient House (NPH), Dibrugarh.
NSUD President, Khuvishe Swu and General Secretary, Keneiseno Neihu informed that the meeting was attended by two member representatives from Naga Mission Movement(NMM), Dimapur- Mhasivituo Vüprü, Office Manager and Kiyevi Awomi, Mission Promoter and union advisors from Dimapur and Dibrugarh.
During the meeting, NSUD, Khuvishe Swu deliberated on the need for a Pastor or Chaplain to cater to the need of the fellowship and Nagas in Dibrugarh adding “both students and employees are temporary” but a full-time worker can be the bridge to lead and provide spiritual guidance.
The NMM, during the meeting, highlighted the history and guidelines of the NMM and extended positive assurance to look into the need and grievance of the NCF, Dibrugarh and added “a report will be submitted to the Director, NMM and further assistance and requirement will be discussed,” the release added.
Later, a separate discussion with the union executives and advisors discussed grievances of the Naga students and employees in Dibrugarh regarding the Naga Patient House (NPH) which is in need of facilities and repair.
“The NSUD which was formerly incepted as Naga Association in 1971 will be observing the Golden Jubilee in 2021, much is needed to be done which will be affected if delayed,” the Union officials further said.