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By EMN Updated: Feb 09, 2015 12:02 am
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A section of the congregation during the 1st death anniversary of late Nukshi.
A section of the congregation during the 1st death anniversary of late Nukshi.

EMN
Dimapur, February 8

[dropcap]A[/dropcap] prayer service was held today at Tsuremmen village to commemorate the first death anniversary of late L. Nukshi Jamir who breathed his last on this day last year.
He was a founding member of the Border Peace Coordination Committee (Assam-Nagaland) which was formed in 2005.Late L. Nukshi was the grandson of late Pangerngangshi who descended from Mopungchuket to Lirmen via Waromung village in Mokokchung district during 1874 was born at Lirmen village in 1934.
A host of well-wishers and friends of late L. Nukshi attended the programme which included villagers from Lirmen, Akumen, Tsuremmen, Aonokpu, Mariani & Nakachari Ao Baptist Church members, members of Assam Valley Baptist Mission, the Assamese neighbours from Mogroi village and Naganijan Tea Estate besides the members of BPCC (A-N) led by its president B. P. Bora and Vice President Imsu Jamir.
Huni Gogoi, Evangelist of the Assam Valley Baptist Mission chaired the program while invocation was said by Tsuremmen Pastor Limatongzuk and a short Bible message pronounced by Rev. Mar Pongen, the pastor of Lirmen Baptist Church.

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By EMN Updated: Feb 09, 2015 12:02:25 am