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Condolence Messages

Nagaland News

GPRN/NSCN: The GPRN/NSCN has expressed grief at the demise of Lieut. Col. Hocto Aye, son of Ahovi of Pimla village, Union Territory Region on May 23 at Faith Hospital, Dimapur after a prolonged illness.
In his demise, the Naga Army has lost of one of the most dedicated and promising officer, it said.
The GPRN/NSCN conveyed deepest sorrow and sympathies to the bereaved family and prayed that the departed soul rest in eternal peace.
NSCN (IM): The Government of the People’s Republic of Nagalim (GPRN) has expressed grief at the untimely demise of TH Disong, Razou Peyu of NSCN/GPRN on May 22.
“He served the Naga nation with unwavering patriotism until his demise. The void created by his demise is deeply felt and would be difficult to fill in,” it said.
The NSCN/GPRN conveyed deep condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for his spirit to rest in eternal peace.
PAWA: The Phek Area Wrestling Association (PAWA) has expressed grief at the sudden demise of the association’s first champion Khunucho Khamo on May 16, at Phek town after a brief illness.
Lt. Khunucho was the first champion of the association in the year 1978. He was also crowned champion for the second time in the year 1982. Lt. Khamo served as DB under DC Phek Office till his last breathe, it said.
The PAWA shared pains and sorrows with the bereaved family members and prayed that his soul rest in eternal peace.
CYO: The Chakhroma Youth Organization (CYO) has expressed grief at the sudden demise of Kevisokho Khro.
“He will be remembered for his upright personality, his good deeds and for the many important contributions he rendered selflessly as a leader for the cause of the Chakhroma people and the Angamis in general,” it said.
The CYO conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and prayed that the departed soul rest in peace.
AWO: The Angami Women Organization (AWO) has expressed their grief and sorrow at the sudden and untimely demise of prominent leader, Lt. Kevisokho Khro on May 2.
In a release the AWO remembered Lt. Kevisokho Khro as a man of principle and integrity who served the society with utmost dedication, commitment and honesty till his departure. The noble soul lost is irreparable and the vacuum created can never be filled up, the statement said.
The Organisation expressed their heartfelt condolence to the bereaved family members and hoped that the departed soul find rest in eternal peace.
(Page News Service)

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