Arsenal Supporters’ Club Nagaland extends a Helping Hand

Arsenal Supporters' Club Nagaland extends a Helping Hand
(ASCN distributes refreshments to frontline workers in Dimapur)

Kohima, June 01 (NE): As Nagaland along with the world continue to battle the dreaded COVID-19 virus, Members of the Official Arsenal Supporters’ Club Nagaland (ASCN) got together today, June 01, and contributed 1000 kgs of rice to the International Red Cross Society (IRCS) Nagaland, and also handed out refreshments to the frontline workers in various parts of Dimapur.

In order to reach out to those in need, the Arsenal Supporter’s Club Nagaland felt that this small gesture would go a long way in reaching out to someone in need. In a press release, the ASCN Secretary, Imna Longkumer, thanked the IRCS for being forthcoming and giving them the opportunity to serve the people through the ambit of their club, Arsenal FC.

Speaking to NagalandExpress, the General Secretary, ASCN, Imna Longkumer said that a short function was held at St. Mary’s Higher Secondary School, Nyamo Lotha Road, Dimapur, where the history of the club was highlighted and also interacted with the IRCS team who offered to distribute the rice to the needy.

He also informed that currently, there are more than 500 members in the official Arsenal Nagaland Supporters Trust and all the members are willing to go the extra mile and will continue to take up such initiatives even in the future.

The Arsenal Supporters’ Club, Nagaland edition, was established in 2018 after three long years of pursuit to be recognized by the parent organization and at present, the Chairman of the group is Orenthung Ovung, informed the GS Imna Longkumer.