Friday, January 27, 2023

Director IPR passes away; Dy.CM, others condole

Director of information & Public Relations, Z Tokishe Sema passed away in Dimapur on December 5 evening after a prolonged illness.
Dy.CM: In a condolence message, deputy chief minister Y. Patton said he was saddened by the demise of the Er. Tokishe Kiba.
“He was a wonderful leader and an efficient public servant and we will remain grateful for what he gave to the state and to the Dept.,” he said. Patton conveyed condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the soul to rest in peace.
Adviser I&PR: In a condolence message, adviser I&PR and VGs, S. Keoshu Yimkhiung said he was shocked and pained to learn about the demise of Tokishe on December 5 after a prolonged illness. “Words can’t express my grief and sorrow after hearing the unfortunate news,” he said.
Keoshu said late Tokishe was a gentleman with full of dedication and zeal to work for the people and for the department.
During their short time working together in the department, Keoshu said he observed that late Tokishe was a man of action with full of sincerity and selflessly rendering his service for the welfare of the department and the state government.
His demise has created a huge void not only to the department but also the State government and his selfless contribution and services to the people of Nagaland will not be forgotten but cherished forever, he added.
Keoshu conveyed deepest condolence to the bereaved family and prayed that Almighty God grant solace and comfort to all the family members and for the departed soul to rest in peace.

DPC: The members of the Dimapur Press Club (DPC) have mourned the demise of Er. Tokishe Kiba.
DPC said late Tokishe was effective in his role as the head of the department and shared a good rapport with everyone. DPC conveyed sincere condolences to bereaved family and prayed that God grant the family the strength and courage to endure this irreparable loss, and for the soul to find eternal peace.

KPC: The members of Kohima Press Club (KPC) have shocked and pain to learn about the demise of Z. Tokishe Sema.
KPC president Alice Yhoshu and general secretary Atono Tsukru Kense said late Tokishe was a well-wisher and an advocate of the welfare of the press fraternity.
In his demise, KPC said they have lost a father figure, a humble officer and a fine soul.
The club conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed that Almighty God grant them solace at this time of loss and grief.

MPC: The Mokokchung Press Club (KPC) said it was deeply saddened to learn of the untimely demise of Z. Tokishe Sema.
MPC, through its secretary Sashimeren, said late Tokishe was a humble officer and a down-to-earth person, and his advocacy for the welfare of the press fraternity in Nagaland will always be cherished.
MPC conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family and prayed that Almighty God grant them divine solace and for the departed soul to rest in peace.

SourceNPN
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