Zomi u leh nau a kua mah peuh,
Nungsawn nipi zawh ninih ni (Oct 11, 2016 Tuesday) ni in, US gam-ah peemta mi; Iran pan mi 2, Sudan pan mi 1 leh Kawlgam pan kei (Kei Khupkhan Thang Taithul, Kawlgam peemta te representative hilo, a mimal aa hong kisam) teng Oklahoma State Senator James Lankford tawh kiholimna khat ka neithei uhhi. Peemta te hamsatna tuamtuam te ka gentheih ban vuah, thu tuamtuam zong ka kikum uha nai 2 dektak ka tukhawm uhhi.
Kam tawh ka gen ban ah hih anuai aa, lai tomno ka zong Senator pa khut tungah ka pia thei hi.
About 600 Burmese refugees lived in greater Oklahoma City and about 5000 Burmese refugees lived in Tulsa. Last week alone 30 Zomi refugees arrived in Tulsa in a day. (Tulsa World). Zomi is the majority ethnic groups among the Burmese Refugees.
This coming election we will have a hundred or more voters but 2020 we are going to have more than 3000 potential voters.
In Tulsa alone the Tithe summed up to 1 million in last year.
We can presume that we the refugees generated 10 million income to the State of Oklahoma.
In some Schools in Tulsa more than 50% of the student populations are Zomi. In one particular primary class 90% of the school children are Zomi.
We want Zolai (The literature of Zomi) to study for the 2nd Language Code in schools of the State of Oklahoma.
Ih Zolai OKlahoma sangte ah 2nd language aa akisim thei nading Zomi Innkuan kipawlna leh ih Biakna sia te’ nong phut suak dinguh hong lam-en leh hong muang ing. Sia King Mang in zong Oregon State ah bawl khin cih kamdawn za ingin, nang zong nong panpih nang hong thum ung.
Khupkhan Thang Taithul