Thursday, June 1, 2023

WSH, NSCN/GPRN (Akato) mourn Hozheto’s demise

Western Sumi Hoho (WSH) and NSCN/GPRN (Akato Chophi) have mourned the demise of Hozheto Chophy, ato kilonser NPGN/NNC (NA) and co-convenor of 7 NNPGs on March 27.
WSH described late Hozheto Chophy as an “affable man with a multi-faceted personality” who dedicated his life for the good of the Naga people. WSH said late Hozehto was instrumental in bringing the NNPGs together and served as the co-convener of the 7 NNPGs till his last breath.
Late Hozheto Chophy, during his earlier days also served as the president of the Western Sumi Students Union (WSSU) and rendered his service in the capacity of the general secretary of the Western Sumi Kukami Hoho (WSKH).
WSH said as the Atokukau (Head GB) of Zuheshe village, he was a role model to all the Kukamis of the western Sumi villages, and, as such, his passing away is an irreplaceable loss to the western Sumi people.
The Hoho said at this juncture, when talks between the NNPGs and the government of India was near to its logical conclusion, the demise of Hozheto was a great loss to the Naga people. The WSH extended condolences to the grieving family members and prayed that Almighty God grant strength and solace to bear the irreparable loss and departed soul rest in eternal peace.
NSCN/GPRN (Akato): MIP of NSCN/GPRN in a condolence note said that late Hozheto followed the footsteps of his late father Zuheshe Chophi, and was one of the top leader of NNC, who later founded the Zuheshe Village under Niuland district.
“Both father-son duo had forfeited the comforts of family, pleasures of life and perusing of successful dreams, but decided to dedicate their entire lives for the sake of national cause”, MIP said.
MIP said the demise of Hozheto was a great loss for the Sumis in particular and the Nagas in general, and prayed that the departed soul rest in eternal peace and the Almighty grant comfort and solace to the bereaved family members and friends at this hour.


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