Tuesday, December 6, 2022

GPRN/NSCN observes ‘15th Naga Unification Anniv’

GPRN/NSCN celebrated the “15th Naga Unification Anniversary” at Council Headquarters (CHQ), Naga Unification Camp, Khehoyi on November 22, 2022.
GPRN/NSCN through its MIP stated that Azheto Chophy, member, advisor to collective leadership (ACL), GPRN/NSCN, who graced the occasion as chief guest, briefed about the “genuine journey” undertaken by GPRN to bring together the divided Naga national groups. A
CL reiterated that the “basic aim of unification” was meant for Naga political solution and nothing else. MIP said Chophy also spoke of the “regretful exhibition and division” of the Naga people into “different groups and parties although with a same goal.”
According to MIP, Chophy opined that the “desire and goal of the Naga people could not be achieved and materialised as long as the Naga people, especially the national workers, stop dwelling on division and imbecile outlooks.”
ACL said that until Naga people united “with one voice and stand” solution to the Naga political issue would not arrive.
Chophy urged the gathering to support the collective leadership of “Gen.(Retd.)” MB Neokpao Konyak, president, and N Kitovi Zhimomi, ato kilonser GPRN/NSCN with “renewed spirit” and “aspire for a better future for the Naga people.”
Earlier, Kilo Kilonser Jack Jimomi conveyed greetings and welcomed the gathering and an obituary moment was observed in honour of the martyrs and heroes who stood and sacrificed for the Naga unity and nationhood.
Programme began with invocation by CHQ Church pastor Dr Akito, followed by unfurling of the Naga national flag by the chief guest.
Other highlights of the programme included special number by Tatar Toshili Yeptho, word of gratitude from Yimto Yimkhiung, Kilonser, Convenor of the Programme Organising committee and thanksgiving benediction from GHQ Chaplain Hukavi.

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