Marking the 90 day-long protests, Kuki-Zo people across Kangpokpi district under the aegis of Kangpokpi District Tribal Churches Leaders Fellowship, prayed together for the success of their demand of separate administration at the earliest.
The mass prayer service was held at Brig M Thomas Ground, Kangpokpi, and it was also joined by various Kuki-Zo prominent leaders, Church leaders, intellectuals, civil society organizations leaders, social workers, etc.
Kuki Inpi Manipur President Ch Ajang Khongsai, CoTU’s vice chairman Lunthang Haokip, human rights activist S Chongloi, Kuki Women Organisation for Human Rights president, Hahat Touthang, and many other prominent leaders spoke on the occasion while Church leaders also spoke at the event.
At least three prayer sessions were held during the five-hour-long mass prayer event with various prayer points.
Crowd contribution in cash and kind was also held for the cause of the Kuki-Zo people.
Rev V Sitlhou, Advisor, Kangpokpi District Tribal Churches Leaders Fellowship said that the Kuki-Zo people across Kangpokpi as we marked the 90 days of Manipur’s mayhem, we prayed for divine protection, the central Government protection, and especially for solution in the form of separate administration for the Kuki-Zo people.
He also sought the help of churches across the globe for the Kuki-Zo people through prayers at such trying times.
Various prominent Kuki-Zo gospel artists enthralled the crowd with gospel songs during the event.