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Published on 27 Mar. 2011 11:50 PM IST
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DSC: Dimapur Sumi Council (DSC) has expressed shock at the sudden demise of Khukivi Awomi, former minister. DSC in a condolence note said late Khukivi was an ardent social worker who worked tirelessly to bring unity and peace among the Nagas. As a member of Naga Council, DSC said he had actively participated in diffusing the tension in Wungram in 2007 and helped in averting the situation to aggravate. “As a social worker, he always worked for the uplift of the society. In his demise, the Sumis in particular and the Nagas in general have lost a great leader, and the vacuum created by his sudden death will be difficult to fill in”, stated DSC. Dimapur Sumi Council (DSC) further conveyed condolence to the bereaved family members and prayed that Almighty God grant them strength and solace to bear the irreparable loss.
CSU: Chiechama Students’ Union (CSU) has expressed condolence to the bereaved family members of late Rev. Deo Vihienuo. The union stated that late Rev. Deo was one of the missionary pioneers and the 1st B.Th, the 2nd Ordained Revered from Chiechama village and a dedicated true Christian. The union prayed Almighty God to give strength to the family members at the hour of grief.
SASCA: Satakha Area Sports Cultural Association (SASCA) has mourned the demise of Hotoka Chophi, who was killed in a road accident near Chunilikha village at Kohima-Wokha road on March 18. In a condolence message, SASCA stated late Hotoka took active part in 2011 Sumi gold cup held at Atoizu town and that in his death, the association has lost one of the most upcoming sport persons.
ASU: Akhoya Senso Union (ASU) has mourned at the sudden demise of R.C Chiten Jamir, former deputy chief minister who passed away on March 19 at Apollo hospital, Kolkata.
Kejong Chang and H.Chuba Chang: Kejong Chang, MLA advisor to DBs/GBs and village guard organizations and H. Chuba Chang, MLA has condoled on the demise of Khaming Khiamniungan of Noklak village on March 25. Khaming served as interim body member of Nagaland and one of last survivors of IBM who sacrificed for the community and people of Nagaland during time of tryst, read the condolence message and added that his contribution and sacrifice would always be remembered.
Classic Club Kohima: Classic Club Kohima has expressed shock over the demise of Zaputuo-ü Angami who passed away after a brief illness on March 24. The Club in a condolence message stated it was associated with late Zaputuo in numerous occasions and that her demise was a loss to not only her children but to the Club and the society in general. “In her death we have lost a motherly figure, who is always a source of encouragements not only to the destitute and under privileged but also a guiding star for many”, said the Club. The members of the Club conveyed condolences to the children and members of the Destitute & Orphanage Home, Kohima and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace.
WSKH: Western Sumi Kukami Hoho (WSKH) has mourned the untimely death of Khukivi Awomi, former minister and an active social worker on March 21 after a brief illness. The union while expressing his death was ill-timed for the Sumis, said even after retiring from an illustrious political career, he devoted his time working for social uplift of Nagas. WSKH also conveyed sympathy to members of bereaved family and prayed that God grant eternal solace to departed soul.
Secretary NPF Youth wing: Central Secretary Naga People Front Youth Wing, P.A. Selicia Yimchungru, has mourned the sudden demise of K. Ato former BJYM president 60 A/C Pungro-Kiphire, on Saturday at civil hospital Kiphire. The unit further conveyed condolence to the bereaved family member and prayed for departed soul to rest in peace.
Ex-MLA Satakha: Former MLA G. Kughavi Shohe, Satakha A/C has mourned the demise of ex- minister Khukivi Awomi. Stating that he was closely associated with the former minister for more than 25 years, the MLA said late Khukivi was always ready when the society needed his service and was not only a state political leader but also an “over-ground” national worker in spirit. The ex- MLA has further conveyed condolence to bereaved wife Atoli Khukivi and children and prayed that Almighty God would be their comforter and father.
STH: Sumi Totimi Hoho (STH) has expressed shock over the demise of Khukivi Awomi, ex-minister who passed away on March 21. The Hoho expressed that late Khukivi was an able Naga leader who contributed a lot to society. STH also conveyed sympathy to the bereaved family and prayed for departed soul.

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