Dimapur | Publish Date: 7/5/2018 12:08:25 AM IST
NSCN (I-M): NSCN (I-M) ministry of kilo affairs through its MIP has expressed deep sorrow over the premature demise of Moamanen, leacy of the Ao region on July 2 after a prolonged illness. MIP stated that late Moamanen had joined national service in 1994 and served the nation in all capacities and dimensions until his last breath. His contribution and sacrifice for the cause of the nation shall always be cherished and respected by all the national workers, stated the condolence message. It further added that his demise had caused a huge loss to the nation as he was a man of dignity and principle. Ministry of kilo affairs conveyed its condolences to the bereaved family members, relatives, friends and also conveyed prayers for the departed soul to rest in eternal peace.
GBUD: GB Union Dimapur (GBUD) has expressed grief over the demise of S. Yevuto Kiba who served the union in the early part of its formation.
In a condolence message GBUD president M. Y. Ngullie described late S. Yevuto Kiba as one of the oldest GBs, a humble man with integrity and who lived life on the principal of non-violence when solving issues. GBUD stated that late S. Yevuto Kiba contributed to the upliftment of GB members as well as Naga Society, stating that his death had created a huge vacuum. Further, GBUD conveyed its deepest condolences to the bereaved family and prayers for the departed soul to rest in eternal peace.

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