NDPP candidate Kekhrieselhou Angami Ward No. 9 campaign rally held

BY | Thursday, 20 June, 2024

A rally in support of Kekhrieselhou Angami (Neiu Metha) NDPP Candidate Midland Unit, Ward No. 9  was held at APO hall, Kohima on June 19.

In his speech, Candidate Kekhrieselhou Angami shared his vision for the community where he assured to work in close co-ordination with the Government, prioritise health and educationnal sector, promote youth and women empowerment through skill development, and to enhance better drainage system and waste management. He also aspired to create Midland a Model Colony by ensuring better connectivity, safety, lighting up all dark alleyways via Solar Street Lights and to promote sustainable development. Metha appealed the colony to vote for him and make their colony a beautiful place.

Salhoutuonuo Kruse Minister, Women Resources Development & Horticulture stated that, to develop Kohima town, one will need the support of the ruling government. Hopeful that NDPP will win well with majority, Kruse noted that the party is lead by an abled leader and that one should follow a leading party for development.

“If we have one mind we can work well. I hope we will have a majority win and bring development to Kohima town,” said Kruse.

Dr. Neiphrezo Keditsu, Advisor to CM & Chairman, Nagaland Khadi & Village Industries Board stated that the CM’s blessing is with the person who has party ticket.  “The public should understand the role of a ULB candidate and choose the right representative as he/she will be representing the ward to the government,” said Dr. Keditsu.

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Prasielie Pienyü, President, NDPP Kohima Region & Chairman, NHHDCL in his speech also highlighted about the party and its role. Stressing on the party’s motto “By deeds and not word alone”, Neivikuolie Khatsu, General Secretary, NDPP (Central) appealed the people to reaffirm themselves to work harder for the party towards development. “If the party also  win by majority we will also do our best to help the people and as a party we are confident to come and rule Kohima town,” said Khatsu.

With 45 candidate declared uncontested, he expressed optimiam and shared NDPP’s vision for Kohima to secure ease of living. “I hope the people will make the wise choice, correct decision and bring development,” said Khatsu.

Pethasetuo Metha on behalf of the family stated that his father had been planning to contest in the ULB for 20 years, having experienced living and working in the ward. Affirming his father’s vision to develop the ward to make a better place to live in, Metha appealed the public to help fulfil this vision.


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