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Azo inspired and shares testimony at Women Welfare Day



Minister Azo with his mother Atono and youngest son Zozo during the PTBC Women Welfare Day held at Phek Town on o February 15. (Morung Photo)
 
Minister for Health & Family Welfare, Kuzholuzo (Azo) Nienu claimed that Phek town is one of the cleanest and fastest developing towns in Nagaland and it was because of the sincerity and dedication of womenfolk. Azo was addressing the congregation of Phek Town Baptist Church (PTBC), Women Welfare Society as the guest speaker during its 2012 Women Welfare Day at the Church premises on February 15.
Nienu emphasized on importance of women in the society; he said women are the foundation pillar of a strong and vibrant society because good society starts from home. “…if all is well at home, the society definitely goes well as I believe a disturbed home will have a disturbed society sooner or later,” he added. To beautify a society with healthy pursuance and in the meantime transforming things from bad to good, the sole responsibility lies with the womenfolk, stated Nienu and urged mothers present to continue motivating their children and their husband with love, care and above all discuss things with Biblical knowledge ever now and then. Further, he said that success and blessings do not come to us like buying or ordering things with money power. However, dedication, sincerity, faithfulness and above all prayer should be put forth in one’s life as priority so that one is successful.
Maintaining that, God answers to every individual’s prayers if one seeks with sincerity, Nienu narrated his testimony how God answered his prayer and wiped away two greatest problems in his lives after becoming an MLA. Seeking God’s intervention to deliver his deserving prayer for the last nine years, Nienu said when his father died in 2004, he wanted his mother to live with him but she preferred living by herself and he was worried. Also, he wanted his youngest son Zozo, who lived with his mother separately to stay with him. However, in January his mother willingly took decision to stay with his family and in the meantime after he returned from Jerusalem five days ago, he spoke with Zozo’s mother’s family and now his mother and son Zozo is living with him. “I praise God for answering my prayers.” The health minister also introduced his mother Atono and youngest son Zozo to the congregation. He expressed his happiness over the two miracles that happened to him by letting his mother and youngest son to live with him from this year onward and he thanked God and the family members of Zozo’s mother.
Various women group presented gospel song and indigenous tunes during the day-long function. Earlier, the minister inaugurated the PTBC Women Welfare Society Exhibition cum Sale and visited the weaving project undertaken by the welfare society. He also visited the ongoing road construction of proposed Catholic of multi- Institutes site at New Colony, Phek while going back to Kohima.


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