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Published on 24 Jul. 2009 11:44 PM IST
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AAUD: Akuluto Area Union Dimapur (AAUD) has mourned the demise of one of its member Nikheli wife of Inavi, who passed away on July 23. The union general secretary, Vitoho Chophy while expressing solidarity to the bereaved family members said that it would pray to almighty God to give grand solace to the family members at the time of grief and sorrow. Agri deptt: The officers and staff of Agriculture Department, Nagaland Civil Secretariat have expressed heartfelt condolence over the sudden demise of Sukaho. H. Yepthomi, SDAO under DAO, Dimapur on July 22. A note issued commissioner and secretary department of agriculture N.N Zhasa stated that the department has lost a sincere, able and an upcoming Officer who always give his best. The note also conveyed heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family. ENPU: The Eastern Nagaland Peoples’ Union (ENPU) Mokokchung has expressed shock at the demise of Wangkhao Konyak, chief Angh of Chi village. The ENPUM in a press release has further stated that in his passing away, the Konyak tribe and ENPU have lost a great honoured chief. ENPUM has also conveyed condolence to the bereaved family of the late chief and prayed for his departed soul to rest in peace. TGKK: The Thahekhu Ghami Kiphimi Kuqhakulu (TGKK) has expressed grief over the demise of Sukaho H. Yeptho, SDO (Agri) Dimapur on July 22. A condolence message issued by TGKK stated that late Sukaho rendered his selfless services at all levels in various capacities to the office of TGKK. TGKK has conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members. CVC: Chenwetny Village Council (CVC) has along with Anghs, priest, officers, Church leaders and general public have mourned the demise of Wangkhao, chief Angh of Chi Village, on July 17. CVC in a press release issued by its chairman, P.M Nockpai Konyak, has also conveyed condolences to the bereaved family members and prayed for the eternal rest of the departed soul. ENWO: Eastern Nagaland Women Organisation (ENWO) has condoled the demise of Wanghao Konyak Chaif of Angh Chi Village. A note issued by ENWO press secretary said late Wangkhao will be remembered as a simple selfless and generous leader who contributed much to society and his farsightedness in donating land for the Wangkhao College in Mon will go down in the annals of history. The ENWO expressed condolences to his family and prayed to God to grant them strength to overcome this loss.

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