Rising People's Party - Nagaland

The Rising People’s Party (RPP) said that its “herculean and historical walk” across Nagaland which started from Dimapur, circumnavigating Nagaland and covering a distance of 1200 km on foot culminated 6 days at Zuketsa village under Pfutsero subdivision on February 26.

The party said that its team of “walkers” and support continued their historic journey on day 4 from Sechu Zubza towards Jakhama village, crossing through the heart of Kohima town amid cheers and praises from the people. The team upon reaching their destination at Jakhama was accorded a warm welcome by the village.

The RPP also stated that its team of “walkers” on day 5 left from Jakhama village to proceed towards Pfutsero, crossing Kidima junction and resting for the night at Kilometre-22 by the roadside.

The team screened the upcoming Nagamese movie titled “Losha: King in the Making”, starring Zhokhoi Chuzoh.

The “Walk to Save Nagaland” by Rising People’s Party culminated day 6, reaching Zuketsa Village under Pfutsero sub-divisional HQ to rest for the night.

Rising People’s Party president, Joel Naga and his officials informed that the team will attend Sunday devotional service at the local church and rest for the day at the village. The team plans to march for Pfutsero on February 28 (day 7) and have an interactive session with the leaders and general public of the town, the party added.

The leaders of the RPP then “earnestly” appealed to the people of Nagaland, to remember the team in their prayers for good health and God’s protection as they continue walking in their quest for a “New Nagaland”.

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