PCTFK: Private College Teacher’s Forum Kohima (PCTFK) has expressed shock over the demise of Robin Das, Lecturer, Commerce department, Oriental College Kohima on September 4. The forum described late Robin as a dedicated and sincere lecturer who had contributed towards the upliftment of commerce stream in the college level. Meanwhile, Oriental College Kohima also expressed deep pain over the sudden demise of Robin Das, Lecturer, Commerce department, Oriental College Kohima on September 4. In a condolence message Oriental College Kohima Principal Dr. Ketshukietuo Dziivichii said late Robin Das was a dedicated, discipline and sincere lecturer and was appreciated by all students and lecturers.
NSTSA: Nagaland Sericulture Technical staff association (NSTSA) has mourned the demise of Lhusay Khusoh, Secriculture Demonstrator at Samaguri farm who passed away on August 5.
LSU: Leshemi student union (LSU) has mourned the demise of Wete-u Thahu, head mistress, government high school Phusachodu, who passed away on September 1. In a condolence message, Neipe Lomi, president (LSU) termed Lt Wete-u Thahu as prominent leader whose contribution to society was immense and in her death it has lost a dynamic leader.
CSU: Chakhesang Students’ Union (CSU) has mourned the demise of Wetele, Headmistress, GHS, Phusachodu who passed away on September 2 at Naga Hospital Kohima. CSU prayed that Almighty would grant solace to her family members and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
PUK: Phusachodumi Union Kohima has expressed shock over the demise of Wetele, headmistress GHS Phusachodu village on September 2. In a condolence message, the union has acknowledged the works of the deceased towards the students’ community, and stated that her selfless dedication to the community would be cherished.
LTWU: Leshimi Town Welfare Union (LTWU) has expressed sadness over the demise of Lt. Wetele, Head Mistress of GHS Phesachodu who passed away on September 2. LTWU described Wetele as a dedicated teacher who served the society with generosity in various levels and that her death was a great lost to the village in particular.
LCP: Lower Chandmari Panchayat, Kohima has mourned the demise of Lt Suten S/o Lt Ruirang village of Thiva, residence of lower Chandmari who passed away on September 3.
WVYO: Wokha village youth organization (WVYO) has mourned the demise of W Nchemo Kikon of Wokha village, who passed away on September 2. According to WVYO, late W Nchemo Kikon was a man of vision with great zeal who served as the first pastor of Wokha village Baptist Church.
NSUI (Phek): National Student Union of India (Phek District) has conveyed condolence at the untimely demise of Wetele Thahu, headmistress of Phusachadou village, government high school on September 2 at Naga Hospital, Kohima. NSUI Phek stated that late Wetele Thahu was an active and dedicated teacher who was dedicated in bridging the Phusachadou GHS. NSUI (Phek).
TVSU: Thsoiphu (Chiphur) Village Students Union (TVSU) has conveyed condolence at the demise of T. Muno, head GB of Thsoiphu village on September 2. The TVSU recalled late Muno head GB as a hardworking, sincere and dedicated leader of the village who always worked tirelessly for the uplift and betterment of his people.
NVA: Nagaland Veterinarians Association (NVA) Dimapur unit has expressed shock over the sudden and untimely demise of Dr. L. Ghokito Zhimomi, Deputy Director, veterinary Hospital, Dimapur on the September 2. The selfless service shown by Dr. L Ghokito Zhimomi towards his profession as an honest and dedicated officer was seen from his all-out-readiness to the call of his duties, at any time, anywhere, towards anybody, stated a condolence message issued by the association. NVA Mokokchung unit has also expressed sadness and shock over the sudden demise of Dr. L Ghokito Zhimomi.
GPRN/NSCN: GRRN/NSCN has mourned the sudden demise of ‘Lt. Col’. Asheto Sumi, (Bearing Naga Army no.12946) son of Pihezu of Xekiye Village UT I Region on September 7 after sudden illness. A condolence message issued by GPRN/NSCN described late Asheto who joined the National service as a young boy in 1978 outlived many difficult times through sheer courage and determination. For 32 years he served the Nation with utmost pride and honor and in his untimely death, Nagas have lost a capable military officer, stated the condolence message.
GPRN/NSCN has conveyed condolence to the departed “comrade’s” family and loved ones at the hour of grief and pain and prayed that Lord comfort to the depart soul.