Thursday, May 6, 2021

AGOK holds ‘Nousi Kehou’ at Meriema

AGOK ‘Nousi Kehou
President, AGOK, Dr Kedozeto Punyü speaking at the ‘Nousi Kehou’ of Angami Gazetted Officers’ Krotho at Meriema

Dimapur, April 22: The Angami Gazetted Officers’ Krotho (AGOK) had a ‘Nousi Kehou’ at the AGOK Badze, Meriema on April 22 with an appeal for the ongoing construction of AGOK Badze Multi Utility Centre at Meriema, Kohima.

President, AGOK, Dr Kedozeto Punyü briefed on the Multi Utility Centre project stating that the idea of initiating some concrete development project at AGOK Badze was mooted at a meeting of Angami AHoDs, HoDs, senior engineers and architects in 2017. He stated that the foundation stone of the AGOK Badze Multi Utility Centre was laid by the then Additional Chief Secretary & Finance Commissioner, Lt. Temjen Toy on 9th November 2017 wherein he urged the AGOK to envision a high standard multi utility centre that can serve the Government and non-government organization or private citizen.
Dr. Punyü also stated that due to its proximity to the State capital, the Multi Utility Centre will be an asset for the citizen of Kohima and requested all the members that the ongoing project should not be halted till completion and urged all concerned to contribute for early completion of the building.
Advisor AGOK, Daso Paphino narrated on the history of AGOK and the plan of visionary leaders and pioneers to acquire the land at Meriema to develop for practical purposes.
Advisor AGOK, Er. Kezha Theünuo elaborated on the technical reports of the structure plan of the project and envisaged the facilities consisting of a Main Hall with 700-800 seating capacity, Mini Halls for smaller meetings, guest rooms, large kitchen/dining area, office rooms, parking area for over 100 vehicles.
Representatives from CGOK, WAGOK, SAGOK also applauded the development made by the AGOK and assured to give maximum support in the activities of AGOK. They also shared their views and deliberated on electing new executive members of AGOK.

A trio group led by Project Director, TAFMA, Dr. Hovithal Sothu presented an AGOK ‘Giezo’ (composition) which was composed by Forest Range Officer, Keneikrul Noswe. Later in the programme Atso Chase and the Griots presented ‘the strongest’ with his newly introduced musical instrument ‘Gei-ü’.
(Page News Service)