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Gov, CM, civil bodies mourn death of Zaputuoü
Published on 25 Mar. 2011 1:13 AM IST
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Governor of Nagaland, Nikhil Kumar has expressed grief over the demise of Zaputuoü Angami, founder of Kohima Orphanage. While observing that the Kohima Orphanage founded by Zaputuoü stands as a symbol of love and strength for children without parents, the governor said her service to them for the last 38 years would be ever remembered. He conveyed condolences to the inmates of the orphanage on the bereavement and prayed God Almighty to give strength and fortitude to bear the loss.
Neiphiu Rio described late Zaputuoü as selfless and large hearted who had a deep sense of love especially for the downtrodden, and was a true mother not only to the orphans but all who knew her. Conveying his condolence, Rio in his message said her passing away was a great loss to the people of the state particularly the inmates of KODH.
NSCW: Nagaland State Commission for Women (NSCW) mourned the demise of Zaputuo-ü Angami. The commission described late Zaputuoü as a lady who lived a life of sacrifice for the forsaken and downtrodden society. “She has exemplified what it means to love unconditionally, deserved joyfully and to love courageously by giving all that she had for the lives of others”, NSCW added. NSCW also conveyed condolence to all the near and dear ones of the bereaved family and prayed for God’s strength and solace.
NSF: The Naga Students’ Federation (NSF) expressed it was deeply saddened over the demise of Zaputuo Angami of Kohima Orphanage and Destitute Home at Kohima. In her demise, NSF said it had lost a great mother, who had sacrificed her entire life in the service and care of the downtrodden. “She was a mother always concerned about the welfare of the younger generation moulding them towards the nation building. Her demise is a grave lost not only to the children in the orphanage but also to the younger generation of the Naga society”, added NSF
SCPSN: The State Child Protection Society Nagaland (SCPSN) has mourned the death of Zaputuoü, director of Kohima Orphanage and Destitute Home on March 24. The SCPS stated that Lt. Zaputuoü lived her life answering God’s call and blessed many lives through her love and service to humanity.
NCSU: Nagaland Contractors’ and Suppliers Union (NCSU) head office Kohima has expressed sorrow over the demise of Zaputuoii Angami on March 24 after prolonged illness. In a condolence message, NCSU stated that Lt Zaputuoii was a compassionate humanitarian, whose un-conditional love expelled all boundary and reach beyond the darkest corner. Further, NCSU conveys condolence to the bereaved family.
Meanwhile, various organizations and groups including the Naga Mothers’ Association, Dihoma Women Society, Lions Club Kohima, Rotary Club Kohima, Indian Red Cross Society, Nagaland, Kohima Municipal Council, Angami Women Organisation, Angami Public Organisation, Northern Angami Public Organisation, Superintendent of Police, Kohima, Cherüdiki Women Organisation, Directorate of Social Welfare, Tenyimi Women Organisation, Children for Christ, Northfield School, Angami Students’ Union, Pesocha Baptist Khriesarüü Krotho, among others expressed grief on the demise of Zaputou Angami, founder of Kohima Orphanage.

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