Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Condolence messages

Tohanba: State parliamentary secretary information and public relation economics and statistics, R Tohanba has mourned the demise of late Dr. M.Akiuba Yimchunger, SMO, Noklak who passed away February 27 at Shamator town after prolonged illness. “I would like to express that he was a well dedicated officer with strong principles of serving people throughout his entire life till he breathed last,” parliamentary secretary in a condolence message stated. It stated that late Akiuba was the first topper among the Yimchunger tribe in HSLC examination and also the first doctor among the Yimchunger community. “It is a great loss for Yimchunger tribe in particular as well as Nagas in general,” the message read. Further, it has conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed almighty to grant them solace at this time of grieves and also grant eternal peace to the departed soul.
ESSU: Eastern Suni Students’ Union (ESSU) Aghunato has expressed grief over the sudden demise of Phvtoli Yepthomi, former executive ESSU who passed away on February 26. the union also expressed its hearfelt condolence to the bereaved family members, and prayed the departed soul rest in peace.
CASU: Coco Area Students’ Union (CASU) has mourned the demise of Vihekhu Chophy, GB, Roto new village on February 22. The union in a condolence note issued by its president, Abeto, stated that late Vihekhu was a true leader and a man of word, who always stands for the rights and welfare of the students and further conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed for the eternal rest of the departed soul.
RSU: Rengma Students’ Union (RSU) has condoled the demise of its member Rushvulo Kent, Tseminyu village. Union in a condolence message stated that Lt. Rushbulo was a sincere and active member of the union and that his death was a loss to the students’ community. It has also conveyed condolences to the bereaved family.
NDA: Nagaland Dobashi’s Association (NDA) has condoled the demise of Khampao Konyak, Grade-II DB under EAC headquarter office, Mon, on February 19. The association in a press release issued by T. Siyang Chang, president, NDA, while conveying condolences to the bereaved family members also prayed for the eternal rest of the departed soul.

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