Mokokchung, 8 May (MTNews): Following an all party emergency meeting on 8 May 2024 at CHQ, Oking, the NSCN-K (Ang Mai) has elected its senior members Kughalu Mulatonu as General Secretary and Nyeiton Konyak, as Vice-Chairman of the NSCN-K (Ang Mai).

The election and subsequent oath-taking ceremony took place at the organization’s council headquarters.

According to a press statement from the Secretary MIP of NSCN, Kughalu Mulatonu, hailing from Phisami Village, Kiphire, and Nyeiton Konyak from Momkho Village, Lahe Township, were unanimously elected by the joint council of Kilonsers, Tatar Hoho, and Military wing Commanders, in strict accordance with the Yehzabo of the NSCN.

“This decision underscores their esteemed status and the trust placed in them by the NSCN,” it stated.

The oath of office was administered by the President, Major General (Rtd.) Ang Mai, a veteran national worker aged 51, from Kaishan Kalan Village, in a ceremony attended by a broad assembly of dignitaries, including the Council of Kilonsers, Military wing Commanders, numerous well-wishers, and KBBB (Myanmar).

“This pivotal event sets a strong precedent for leadership within the NSCN and reinforces the organizational structure that continues to guide its operations and strategic decisions towards Naga independence,” it added.

According to the statement, the presence of the organization’s top officials, along with the collective spirit of its members and supporters, echoed uniform dedication to the shared commitment to continue the struggle for sovereignty and recognition that has been the central theme for generations.

“Under this leadership, the organization aims to intensify its diplomatic efforts, strengthen alliances with sympathetic entities, and further articulate the political, cultural, and social justifications for Naga’s self- determination,” it maintained.

Further, it stated that the NSCN’S strategy involves not only advocating for the struggle but also fostering concretized among the various Naga groups.

“This unity is pivotal as the NSCN-K seeks to consolidate its position both domestically and internationally, ensuring that the voice of the Nagas is not only heard but is influential in shaping its own future,” it added.

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