Monday, November 28, 2022

NSCN (I-M) leaders condole

NSCN (I-M) member, collective leadership and caretaker kilo kilonser, Rh. Raising said the GPRN was shock to learn the sudden and untimely demise of kilonser, Ihoshe Ayemi, who passed away on November 11.
In a condolence message, Raising said late Ayemi hailed from Surumi Village under Sumi region, joined the “national service” in the year 1994. The kilo kilonser said late Ayemi served the “Naga nation” with steadfast patriotism until his demise and that the bridge created by his passing away was deeply felt.
For his selfless contribution to the “Naga national cause”, Raising said late Ayemi’s name shall be archived shall be archived in the pages of the Naga history and shall be remembered at all times to come. Further, GPRN has extended deepest condolences to the bereaved family and loved ones and prayed that the Almighty shower strength to them to bear the loss.
KK Angami: NSCN (I-M) member, collective leadership and caretaker convener, steering committee, KK Angami has expressed deep sadness over the demise of kilonser, Ihoshe Aye and extended revolutionary salute to the departed soul.
In a condolence message, Angami said the demise was a tragedy for the NSC and the “Naga nation” as late Aye was one of the “rare untainted leader and servant of society, with a commendable commitment and principle for the cause of freedom of Nagalim and the Naga people at large”.
Angami further said the void created by his demise would be difficult to fill in and that late Aye’s name shall be archived in the pages of the Naga history and shall be remembered at all times to come. Further, Angami pledged his solidarity and support to the grieved family.

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