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Senior journalist & DPC President Filip Sumi is no more

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DIMAPUR, NOVEMBER 12: Senior journalist and President of Dimapur Press Club, K Filip Sumi passed away today at Dimapur.
The media fraternity of Nagaland has expressed shock and grief at the untimely demise of K Filip Sumi, senior journalist attached with The Morung Express and President of Dimapur Press Club on November 12 in Dimapur


In a condolence message, Dimapur Press Club stated that Filip was a brilliant journalist, ever curious, ever seeking and insatiable and he was someone everyone looked up to and with his presence, ideas and sense of humour, he could brighten up any situation.
The DPC said late Filip will be remembered for his unwavering willingness to take the lead despite the odds and at odd hours.
Stating that he will always be remembered with respect, admiration, and love always, the DPC extended its deepest condolences to the bereaved family and the countless people whose life he touched in one way or the other. It also prayed that his soul rest in eternal peace.
NPA:
The Nagaland Press Association (NPA) has also expressed grief at the demise of K Filip Sumi, a senior journalist attached with The Morung Express and President of Dimapur Press Club on November 12 at Dimapur.
In a condolence message, the NPA stated that late Filip was a dedicated journalist who sincerely devoted himself to the cause of journalism and as the President of Dimapur Press Club, always worked for the welfare of his colleagues.
Stating that his untimely demise has not only created a vacuum in his family, near and dear ones, but also the media fraternity of the State, the NPA shared the pain and grief with the family members of late Filip at this difficult hour of grief.
It also prayed to Almighty to comfort the bereaved family, and grant eternal rest to the departed soul.
KPC:
The members of Kohima Press Club (KPC) have expressed grief at the untimely demise of Filip Sumi, senior journalist and president of Dimapur Press Club.
The KPC remembered Filip as an ardent journalist and a leader who was hard working and dedicated in what he did.
In his demise, the Kohima Press Club has lost not just a fellow journalist and a colleague, but also a friend, a condolence message from the Club stated.
The Club also mourned his passing and offered sincere condolences to his bereaved family members and prayed to Almighty God grant them solace at this difficult time.
Nagaland Page Family:
The Editor and Staff of Nagaland Page have expressed grief at the tragic and untimely demise of K Filip Sumi, senior journalist associated with The Morung Express and President of Dimapur Press Club on November 12.
Stating that he will be remembered as a passionate journalist and as someone who was dedicated to the profession and its ethics, the Nagaland Page Family mourned his death and extended heartfelt condolences to his bereaved family.
The Page Family also prayed to Almighty God to grant eternal peace to the departed soul.


Nagaland Post:
The Editor and Staff of Nagaland Post has also expressed shock at the demise of K Filip Sumi at Faith Hospital.
In a condolence message, they said that late Filip joined Nagaland Post in 2008 to begin his career in journalism and he was sincere, hard working and a man of few words, who worked for around 5 years.
In this hour of grief, all of us at Nagaland Post prayed that God Almighty, through the Holy Spirit, grant comfort and strength to the bereaved family to tide over the darkest hour of their lives.
(Page News Service)

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