NPF Nagaland awards party ticket to KIKOVI KIRHA

Kikovi Kirha will be contesting from 14 Southern Angami (1) Assembly Constituency for the upcoming bye-election.

The Naga People’s Front (NPF) in a press communique Thursday, said it has awarded the party ticket to Kikovi Kirha. NPF president said that Kikovi Kirha is an “ardent party worker” and a “longstanding party member” wishing him the best in the upcoming election.

Kikovi Kirha will be contesting from 14 Southern Angami (1) Assembly Constituency for the upcoming bye-election, scheduled on November 3.

The news was announced at the party central office, Kohima by NPF president, Dr Shürhozelie Liezietsu in the presence of other party dignitaries and MLA.

Kikovi currently is serving as NPF’s Secretary, Central Office Bearers.

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