Nagaland Chief Minister mourns demise of former officer
Dimapur, Aug. 25 (EMN): Chief Minister of Nagaland, Neiphiu Rio has expressed grief over the demise of Seno Kechü, a former government servant, who passed away after a prolonged illness on Wednesday morning at Bethel Hospital, Kohima.
She is survived by five children and 12 grandchildren.
Rio described the deceased as a dedicated and sincere government servant, who retired from service in 2010 as Superintendent at the Administrative Training Institute.
“Besides her excellent service record, she was also known for her selflessness. After her retirement from government service, she was actively involved in Church activities. She was serving as a Deaconess at Union Baptist Church, Kohima till the time she breathed her last,” read the condolence message.
“She was a woman of faith and a strong mother, who relentlessly supported and raised her children to be responsible and successful citizens,” it added.
He stated that her demise was a great loss to the family as well as for the Union Baptist Church, Kohima but her selfless deeds would be remembered.
“In this hour of grief, my family extends heartfelt condolences to the bereaved family members. It is our earnest prayer that Almighty God will give them strength and courage to bear the irreparable loss. May the departed soul rest in eternal peace,” read the message.