One of the senior most national workers P Nihoto Chishi, ‘Kilonser’, former convener, National Political Advisory Council (NPAC), NSCN and founder of Nihoto Village under UT I was given a warm farewell by GPRN/NSCN at designated camp Khehoi on April 2.
Ato Kilonser N Kitovi Zhimomi, commander-in-chief, Naga Army, Gen. Khole and NPAC convener Azheto Chophy recollecting the contribution of P Nihoto Chishi urged the members present to emulate the patriotism exhibited by retiring leader. Council of ‘Kilonsers’, ‘Tatars’ and GPRN/NSCN HoD’s also acknowledged the contribution of the elderly leader who served the Nation in various capacities.
Nihoto joined the national service in 1954 and continued to serve the nation with determination and commitment.
In his farewell speech, P. Nihoto Chishi declared that retirement was just an acceptance of universal phenomena of ageing. According to GPRN/NSCN having crossed the age of eighty he sought voluntary retirement from national service.
He encouraged the members to continue the righteous struggle of Nagas and assured unconditional moral and prayer support. He also assured to advice and encourage the Nagas to seek reconciliation in truth. Various farewell gifts were presented to the elderly leader by GPRN/NSCN ministries and departments.