Former president, Sumi hoho: Former president, Sumi hoho Kohima, N. Nihozhe Sohe has conveyed condolences to the family members of late Sosangmeren who passed away at Mokokchung on September 20. Sohe stated that Sosangmeren was a pillar not only to his community but to the Nagas as whole and further extended condolences to the bereaved family members.
NSUD: Northern Sumi union Dimapur (NSUD) has mourned the demise of Khulu Angami, P/teacher Woji (O) P/S and the general secretary NSUD who passed away on September 27. The union in a condolence message stated that late Khulu was a dynamic teacher and visionary leader, and further conveyed condolences to the bereaved family.
Neiba Ndang: Former Nagaland Legislative Assembly Speaker and Secretary General of Nationalist Congress Party North East, Neiba Ndang has condoled the demise of former mnister of Manipur Mangaibou. Ndang in a condolence message described late Mangaibou a dynamic, sincere and a visionary leader, whose demise was a huge lose to the society and particularly to the Zeliangrong people. Acknowledging the contribution of late Mangaibou, Neiba Ndang prayed for solace and peace for the departed soul.
ZSUD, ZWAD: Zeliangrong Students’ Union, Delhi (ZSUD) and Zeliangrong Welfare Association, Delhi (ZWAD) have mourned the sudden and untimely demise of Z. Mangaibou Newmai. A condolence service in the memory of the departed leader Z. Mangaibou Newmai was held at Zeliangrong Christian Fellowship, Prayer Center, Munirka, New Delhi at 6: pm, on Wednesday.
NGRCCU: Nagaland Government Registered Class-I Contractors Union (NGRCCU) has expressed sorrow on the demise of its member Ngulie Solo, Kohima village on September 28 at Kohima. In a condolence note, the union stated that on his demise, the union had lost an elderly advisor, a responsible public leader and social worker. The union further conveyed condolence to the bereaved family.
NCSU: Nagaland contractors & suppliers union (NCSU) head office Kohima, has expressed condolence over the demise of late Ngulie Solo on September 28.