Wednesday, April 24, 2024

LWFD organizes felicitation programme for Richard Yanthan

Felicitation Photo
Dimapur, August 11: The Lotha Welfare Forum Delhi (LWFD) organized a virtual felicitation programme on August 9 for Richard Yanthan for bringing high achievement in the UPSC examination result 2020.
Considering the pandemic situation across the globe, the LWFD organized the programme virtually, and attended by Lothas residing in Delhi and NCR besides participants from different parts of India and across the globe.
Dr Zuchamo Yanthan while congratulating Richard Yanthan said he is now a role model to thousands of civil service aspirants in the State which he has to live up to. He said the state of Nagaland, which is presently going through challenging times urgently needs young men and women having high integrity, knowledge and selfless spirit with accountability and fear of God.
Mhonthung Ngullie, Regional Commissioner in Ministry of Labour & Employment exhorted by giving some reflections on Richard’s father Late James Chenithung Yanthan, who was an officer in the same Ministry and is still fondly remembered by his colleagues as an efficient and good human being. Ngullie encouraged Richard Yanthan to break away from status-quo and seek God’s wisdom so that his life would be impactful to the Naga society.
Lothungbeni P Lotha spoke on behalf of the Lotha Students’ Union Delhi and congratulated Richard Yanthan for bringing so much happiness and pride to the State and Lothas in particular and also for setting a good example through his success which was truly a manifestation of his hard work, commitment and consistency.
In response, Richard Yanthan thanked the Lotha Naga community of Delhi for sharing the joy of his success by organizing a felicitation programme for him. He shared his experiences of his UPSC preparation and the blessings of his hard work and commitment. He further encouraged the youngsters to keep working hard and have faith in God for strength and blessings.
Congratulatory messages poured in from many dignitaries, some of which were read out in the function including messages from Mhathung Yanthan, Adviser of Horticulture and Border Affairs, Mhathung Kithan (IAS), Mhabemo Yanthan (IAS), President of Lotha Officers’ Association and Father Paul Thungbemo Yanthan from Rome, Italy. (Page News Service)