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4th edition of KLPB held at Kohima

Kohima, February 9: The fourth edition of the Kingdom Leaders Prayer Breakfast (KLPB), a kingdom leaders initiative of leaders arise Nagaland and father’s house church Nagaland was conducted at Hotel Vivor, here today. The breakfast meet was hosted by apostle, Rev. Luoliehu Yimsung, founder of leaders arise Nagaland and Rev. Robert Kikon, founder and senior pastor, father’s house church Dimapur.
During the KLPB event, the 1st first edition of coffee table book was launched by Neiba Kronu, minister for planning & coordination, land revenue.
The key note message was delivered by apostle, Rev. Luoliehu Yimsung on the topic “Hear my heart Nagaland — one thing in 2020”, in which he spoke of the need for “Godly leaders” and the need for change that comes with the working together of “godly leadership” and god. This was followed by a short address by former Rajya Sabha MP, C. Apok Jamir, on behalf of his father SC Jamir, former governor and chief minister.
The breakfast meet ended with a certificate appreciation ceremony in which various certificates of appreciation and honour were awarded to key individuals and groups namely, Nagaland gaonbura federation, Dr Andrew Ahoto Sema, chairman of Livingstone Foundation International, Dimapur, and Hotel Vivor, for hospitality, sounds, logistics and conference hall sponsors.
A special number “prayer” was presented by Lily Newmai, worship leader of father’s house church, Dimapur, a special prayer for all leaders of Nagaland by church leaders from various denominations. The programme was also attended by members from various Naga insurgent groups. (Page News Service)

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