Tuesday, May 30, 2023

Condolence messages on demise of Lt. Khrielie Kevichusa

More organisations have conveyed condolences over the demise of former chairman of the Nagaland Public Service Commission (NPSC), Lt. Khrielie Kevichuisa who passed away on August 20.
CPO: Chakhroma Public Organisation (CPO) has expressed shock and pain over the demise of Razhukhrielie Kevichüsa (Khrielie Kevichüsa).
In a condolence message from CPO president, Zhato Kimho and general secretary, Kevichatha Secü, the organisation stated that late Kevichüsa was a pioneer in transformation of the Naga society who served the Nagas in different capacities, and a noble soul who reposed his faith in God throughout his life.
The organisation added by stating that he was a man of integrity who led by deeds not only in state government service but more so, in church and religious activities where he is renowned for his love of music and the songs that he composed over the years.
At this hour of grief, Chakhroma Public Organisation prayed that God bless his family so that his legacy would continue to live and bear rich harvest in our society.
CAKU: Chakhro Angami Kuda Union (CAKU) has expressed grief over the demise of late Khrielie Kevichuisa.
In a condolence message, the union conveyed its sympathies, and prayed for strength and comfort to his wife, children, and loved ones.
Chakhro Angami Kuda Union stated that Khrielie Kevichusa was a person admired by all, that the qualities he possessed would continue to serve as an inspiration to all, and that the Angami community was blessed to have him.
JCWF: Joint Council Welfare Forum (JCWF) Ward 3 & 22 extended its deepest condolences to the bereaved family of late Razoukhrielie Kevichusa who passed away on August 20.
In a condolence message, Joint Council Welfare Forum prayed that the Almighty give strength and courage to the family members to face the days ahead.

Don't Miss

25 armed miscreants arrested with weapons in Manipur: Army

PRO (Defence) informed that the Army arrested 25 armed men in separate incidents along with weapons and war-like stores, who were allegedly planning to...

Nagaland has 31 active leprosy cases

Commissioner & secretary Health and Family Welfare (H&FW), Y.Kikheto Sema informed that at present Nagaland has 31 active cases of leprosy out of which...

BSF Chedema and NSACS organise awareness programme on HIV & AIDS

In a joint effort, 37 Battalion BSF Chedema with Nagaland State AIDS Control Society (NSACS) organised an HIV and AIDS awareness programme on May...

‘Large population an asset’: Moatoshi

Advisor of Labour, Employment & Skill Development and Excise, Moatoshi Longkumer, on Monday said there was a time when large population was considered a...

NCD, TSUD condemn vandalism of NSF office

Naga Council Dimapur (NCD) and Tenyimi Students’ Union Dimapur (TSUD) have condemned the act of vandalism of Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) office on May...

Office vandalism: NSF stages sit-in protest; threatens to intensify stir

Mounting pressure on the state government, NSF on Monday launched staged a sit-it protest outside the vandalised office in protest against the state government’s...

Nagaland on development track under Modi-led BJP govt: Temjen

Nagaland minister and state BJP president Temjen Imna Along on Monday claimed that Nagaland was on the track of development and progress under the...

Caught in a bind