Monday, March 20, 2023

WSH reaffirms non-cooperation with NSCN (Khango) group

Western Sumi Hoho (WSH) has reaffirmed the January 5 resolution on indefinite non-cooperation with NSCN (Khango) group in western Sumi area in the districts of Dimapur, Chümoukedima and Niuland.
WSH vice-president Atomi Swu and general secretary Kisheto Chishi in a statement asserted that the indefinite non-cooperation would be implemented by refusing to entertain any sort of taxation or voluntary donation until the indefinite non-cooperation was formally revoked. They however disclosed that the hoho had received an apology letter sent by commander of western command, GPRN/NSCN (Khango) addressed to WSH president and that its content was in the process of being scrutinised
They said WSH believed that there was no issue that could not be ironed out by sitting across the table and assured that they would always remain willing to walk the extra mile to solve problems.
With the sole objective of accelerating the process of reconciliation between the two splinter groups of NSCN/GPRN (K) and in respect of the WSH resolution declaring indefinite non-cooperation with the Khango group, they also urged president and general secretary of NSCN/GPRN (K) to refrain from using the ceasefire monitoring office at Thilixu village till the indefinite non-cooperation was revoked.
Since the establishment of WSH in 1980, the duo claimed that hoho had always strived to live up to its motto “Peace & Unity”. They stressed that there was peace when there is unity, and there was unity when there was reconciliation. They therefore supported the process of reconciliation initiated by Nagaland Tribes Council (NTC) and Nagaland GB Federation (NGBF) to unify the two splinter groups of NSCN/GPRN (K) – one headed by Khango Konyak and the other led by Isak Sumi.


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