|4th Chief Minister of Nagaland|
26 February 1974 – 10 March 1975
|Preceded by||Hokishe Sema|
|Succeeded by||John Bosco Jasokie|
25 November 1977 – 18 April 1980
|Preceded by||President's rule|
|Succeeded by||S. C. Jamir|
3 March 2008 (age 93)|
|Resting place||Viswema Baptist Church (Old location)|
|Political party||United Democratic Front (Nagaland)|
|Spouse(s)||Razoulhou-ü Vizol (m. 1948)|
Vizol Angami (November 1914 - 3 March 2008) was a Naga politician who served as the 4th Chief Minister of Nagaland two times from February 1974 until March 1975 and November 1977 until April 1980. He became the Chief Minister of Nagaland as part of the United Democratic Front (Nagaland).
Vizol was born on November 1914. He was the fourth of five children of Notsore Koso and Vichole Lcho of Viswema village, Kohima district of Nagaland. He did his matriculation in Shillong.
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