Dimapur, May 19 (MExN): The Western Sümi Baptist Akukuhou Küqhakulu (WSBAK) has unanimously affirmed to uphold the continuance of the NLTP Act, to support clean election movement and to foster peace among various tribal bodies and Hohos. The WSBAK is the administrative head of 174 Western Sümi Baptist Churches.
The decision was taken during a consultative joint meeting of its council and executive committee members of six ministerial departments held to deliberate and review certain pertinent issues and policies, informed a press release from the WSBAK Executive Secretary Rev Dr Phughoto Sema. These issues and policies affect and influence both the spiritual and physical fabric and growth of a society that chooses to be represented by the Christ-centered slogan, “Nagaland for Christ,” it said.
The consultative meeting unanimously decided to “affirm and uphold” the existing WSBAK’s stand of WSBAK on the need to “safeguard and uphold the continuity” of the Nagaland Liquor Total Prohibition (NLTP) Act, 1989, the release informed.
It further resolved to support and propagate the reformatory Clean Election Movement of the Nagaland Baptist Church Council.
The meeting also decided to foster and urged for peace and unity among various tribal bodies and Hohos, it added.