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Condolences by NPP, NMDA, DBA and PDBA

DIMAPUR: | Publish Date: 5/10/2021 11:52:02 AM IST

 National People’s Party (NPP) Nagaland has conveyed condolences to the family and friends of L. Aghoto Yeptho, who lived for 100 years. 

In a condolence message, NPP said late Yepth, father of NPP Nagaland president, Andrew Ahoto Sema and NECC NPP, vice chairman,  Ato Yepthomi, was very instrumental and contributed immensely towards society in various capacity. NPP said the party mourns the passing of a great son of the soil who has left behind a powerful legacy of humility, simplicity and dedication.

NMDA:  Nagaland Medical Dealers Association (NMDA) has mourned the demise of late Aghoto Yepthomi, head GB of Baimhu Village, Zunheboto and father of NMDA president, Ato Yepthomi.

A condolence message, NMDA said the association would miss the cheerful and humble nature of the beloved Baba. 

NMDA further conveyed condolence to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace. 

DBA: Dimapur Bar Association (DBA) has mourned the demise of late NiechochiyiSuyie, retired principal district and sessions judge, Nagaland. 

In a condolence message, DBA said at this demise the bar has loss a man with vast experience and knowledge who during his lifetime severed an illustrious career as judge with great sincerity, honour and integrity. The bar further extended condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the departed soul to rest in peace. 

PDBA: Phek District Bar Association (PDBA) has expressed grief over the sudden demise of retired principal district & sessions judge Nagaland Nechochiyi S. Venuh, who passed away Monday morning at Faith Hospital, Dimapur.

In a condolence note, PDBA said that in his demise, the people had lost a good personality and a legal luminary from the legal fraternity in Phekdistrict in particular and Nagaland in general. Further, PDBA said that the vacuum his absence had created would be difficult to fill.

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