NPP’s Nagaland unit ‘revamped,’ says party
Dimapur, Sep. 15 (EMN): The Nagaland unit of the National People’s Party (NPP) is said to have ‘revamped’ the unit. The NPP issued a press release to the media on Saturday informing about changes the party said it made.
‘We hereby inform all and sundry that the state party has been revamped all together,’ the unit stated. The state’s unit is now led by new president Dr. Andrew Ahoto and general secretary Limanuksung Longkumer. More new appointments are on the way, the unit stated.
The NPP unit requests all the members to be ‘optimistic towards the new changes as change and transformation is inevitable for a progressive society.’
‘The present change has to be construed as beneficial for the golden future of our party in Nagaland and also for the benefit of the larger interests of the Nagas in general. This change in leadership is not for any personal gains or vested interests but rest assured we will aspire to prosper together as one family,’ it stated.
The state unit also congratulated its members Ato Yepthomi and Ringo Odyuo for having been elevated to the posts of vice chairman of NECC and vice-president of the National Youth Wing, in that order.
‘We would also like to congratulate and wish the entire new team of State Leaders for their new responsibility. May God Almighty perpetually bless everyone of us to remain steadfast and committed towards our aims and to give us wisdom of understanding and strong will,’ the note added.