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NNC President revokes VP’s expulsion

Nagaland News

VP TS Keyho clarifies his position on Sept 23 meet at K Basa Village

DIMAPUR, OCTOBER 2: President of Naga National Council (NNC), Gen (Retd) Thinoselie M Keyho has revoked the expulsion of vice president, TS Keyho and said he would continue to be the Vice President of NNC till the expiry of the present tenure of the office.
The decision was taken after TS Keyho clarified his position in respect of the unconstitutional meeting on September 23 last at K Basa Village.
In a clarification issued today, the Vice President of Naga National Council (NNC) TS Keyho has claimed that the decision to elevate him to the position of President during a meeting on September 23 was taken without his consent.
In a clarification issued on Monday, he expressed shock at news reports in the local dailies on September 26 “in which I was implicated and reported as being elected as the President of the NNC in place of Gen (Retd) TM Keyho in a meeting”.
“It is unfortunate and outrageous to make such claims without my consent. I never acknowledge, endorse nor accept the decisions of the said meeting which I later found was unconstitutional. The report was aimed to tarnish my image, reputation and integrity which I condemn.
“I declare in front of our nation that I was not a member of conspirators of that unconstitutional meeting. My loyalty to the nation must not be questioned by anybody. I shall continue to serve our nation with the president of the Naga National Council, Gen (Retd) Thinoselie M Keyho”, it read.
The Vice President requested “our government to consider my case” and revoke the expulsion Ahza issued on September 27 “due to false reports”.
(Page News Service)