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FAYO extends relief to citizens of Naga United

Dimapur, April 20: The Foothill Ao Youth Organization Dimapur (FAYO) extended relief to the citizens of Naga United-Niuland, Kuhuboto-Seithekema in view of nationwide lockdown.
A press release from FAYO President Mr Tuden Jamir stated that the continuous lockdown has affected many families. The organization distributed the commodities to around 400 families.
The list of beneficiaries was collected from various localities and priority was given to daily wager without a ration card and marginal income.
The organization acknowledged all individuals and organization that has donated generously and had shown magnitude of concern towards the relief and helping in times of crisis.
The organization further thank God for producing such dynamic people, which would also be an inspiration and encouragement to all citizen both old and young alike and wishes all the best in all their endeavors.
The organization also appealed to all general public to stay safe and to obey Government order and guidelines for successful implementation of law and order to fight against the current pandemic COVID-19.
According to FAYO press release, the doners include Dimapur Ao Youth Organization (DAYO), Dr Longrinuken, Advisor, Law & Justice, Border Affairs & Treasury and Accounts; Temjenmoa, Chairman, Managing Director, Mineral and Mining; Er Achakbou Newmai (Kohima); Dr Chubatola, C-Edge College Principal, Naga United; Taongnukshi, Merangkong (Falt Tresurer); Imkongnungsang, Waromong, Diphupar-A; Imlitoshi, Waromong (Naga United); Limatemjen Changki (Kohima) and Yanger Longkumer (Naga United). (Page News Service)

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