‘Alien verbal communication gradually surpassing our rich culture’
Dimapur, Sep. 9 (EMN): Talking on important of perseverance and practice of culture and practices, the vice president of the Angami Baptist Church Council (ABCC), Kezha Dzüvichü, said that alien verbal communication has gradually surpassing the rich culture which is the fundamental principles of one’s’ identity.
Dzüvichü was speaking at the Kuda Kewhimia Youth Organisation (KKYO) first general meeting at Diphupar Angami Community Hal on Sep. 9.
“Our vocabulary has enough words to express our feelings with more clarity if we use it accordingly; however, adapting the used of alien vocabulary either at home or work places by the younger generation will surely have a great miserable impact for the future,” Dzüvichü opined.
He encouraged the youth to adapt the philosophy of “I can do” to meet the challenges ahead.
Kewhimia Union Kuda president, James Vizo who also spoke on the occasion stressed on the importance of participating at various activities. While encouraging the youths to grab the opportunities which comes to them.
Khonuo Keretsü, advisor Kuda Kewhimiapfü Mechü Krotho called upon the youths to uphold the rich culture and tradition. She also reminded them of their identity and urged to preserve it.
The day long programme witness games and entertainment besides the business hour.