Rosemary Dzüvichü, Advisor of the Naga Mothers’ Association (NMA), raised the issue of corruption in the State saying that corruption has become a way of life in the Naga society. She further said that it is even evident in the churches.
Rosemary Dzüvichü also raised questions on work ethics. Dwelling on the theme, ‘Challenges ahead for the Angami Catholic Youth’, she highlighted the growing unemployment crisis in Nagaland. In this regard, she challenged the younger generation to develop work ethics, Morung Express reported.
She urged the Christian youth to be truthful, sincere and honest in their works.
Nagaland is a Christian dominated State. Christians constitute 90% of the total population of Nagaland. Naga society is facing a gender imbalance. Citing the lack of women in the decision-making bodies of the State, Rosemary Dzüvichü challenged women participants to ponder upon the role of women in society as well as the church.