Friday, December 9, 2022

Condolence messages on demise of Mero, Showuba & Keron

Nagaland Pradesh Congress Committee (NPCC) president, K Therie has expressed deep sadness to learn the passing away of M.K. Mero ITS, retired principal secretary, government of Nagaland.
In a condolence message, Therie remembered late Mero has one of his most brilliant students at Pfütsero Government High School. He said late Mero’s dedicated service to the state through a lifetime of sincere service and his perpetual smile would be long remembered for generations to come. Stating that late Mero has gone too early, Therie said his passing away has created an irreplaceable void not only for the bereaved family but also for the Chakhesang community in particular and the Nagas in general. Therie said his wife and family join him in offering their deepest condolences to the bereaved family members, and prayed that the Almighty God comfort them through this painful time.
G. Kaito Aye: Minister of Agriculture and Co-Operation, G. Kaito Aye has expressed shock and sadness on the untimely demise of L Showuba Yimchunger, District Agriculture Officer (DAO) Tuensang on October 25. In a condolence note, Katio said late K. Showuba was serving as District Agricultural Officer, Tuensang and was a humble, sincere and a dedicated officer who has contributed towards the progress of the department and welfare of the farmers. Kaito termed the demise of Showuba as a huge loss for the department of Agriculture and conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members.
APC Kikheto: Agriculture Production Commissioner (APC)Y Kikheto Sema has expressed shock and sadness over the untimely demise of L Showuba Yimchunger, District Agriculture Officer (DAO) Tuensang, who passed away on October 25.
In condolence message, Kikheto said late Yimchunger joined the department as agriculture inspector on December 15, 1990 and had served in various capacities. During his short association with late Yimchunger, Kikheto said he found him to be humble, efficient and a sincere officer and that his demise was not only a loss to the department but his community.
YGOA: Yimkhiung Gazetted Officers’ Association (YGOA) has expressed shock and deep anguish to hear the passing of late K. Showuba, who passed on October 25. In a condolence message, YGOA said the passing of late Showuba has deprived YGOA and the Yimkhiung people of a remarkable leader of great intellect, vision and courage. YGOA said late Showuba served as its general secretary from 2012-2016 and contributed immensely towards the association in many ways and that his contribution towards the Yimkhiung society in general was phenomenal. YGOA said it share with the bereaved family, the feelings of great loss at this moment of deep sorrow and prayed that the Almighty God rest his soul in eternal peace.
WYH: Western Yimkhiung Hoho has expressed shock and sadness over the sudden demise of its member, late Keron Janger, GB and its legal advisor.
In a condolence message, WYH said late Janger was one of the most active, vocal and humble persons who worked tirelessly for the upliftment of his community and Naga as a whole. WYH said the demise of a visionary, socialist, educationist and advocacy of peace was a great loss for the Yimkhiung community.
MDBA: Members of the Mokokchung District Bar Association (MDBA) has expressed deep shock over the sudden and untimely death of Keron Janger, president of Dimapur Bar Association. MDBA has conveyed its heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and prayed that the Almighty God would grant solace and bless them, and the departed soul to rest in eternal peace.

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