Dimapur, April 29: The Working Committee of the Naga National Political Groups (WC, NNPGs), comprising of 7 Naga political groups, has expressed grief at the demise of Andrew Clark, a member of the Quakers, on April 23.
“For over a decade, he was a great friend of the Nagas and on a number of occasions travelled to India and South East Asian countries to promote and encourage Reconciliation and Unity amongst Naga revolutionary leaders,” said N. Kitovi Zhimomi, Convener, WC, NNPGs in a condolence message.
Quakers are a religious society of friends, a Christian movement, founded in 1650 in England.
“Mr. Andrew Clark lived a life of a true Christian and exhibited inner light of the soul. He devoted his time and energy to peaceful principles in true Quakers belief, and encouraged the Naga revolutionary leaders to seek a common objective in the political struggle,” he said.
The WC, NNPGs conveyed heartfelt condolences to family and colleagues of the departed friend. (Page News Service)