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Federal Government College, Port Harcourt is a public co-educational institution founded in January 1972 by the then Federal Military government of Nigeria to provide secondary level education foe Nigerian citizens. It falls into the first generation of unity schools.

The College effectively took off on 23rd January, 1973 at the premises of Grammar School (now College of Arts and Science) Rumuola, Port Harcourt with Mr Banjoko as the Principal. He enrolled students into lower forms (Junior Secondary) and lower six forms.

The College moved to the permanent location on 23rd February 1981 during the time of Mr M. C. Ebo as Principal. This site is an expanse of land mainly at Awalama in Rumuokoro with a small portion of Rumuigbo, all in Obio-Akpor Local Government Area, just opposite Bori Camp along Ikwerre Road. The student population has increased from about 200 at inception to about 3000 at the present time.

Principals in our time:

Mr K. H. Kerr       3/9/73 -    30/9/76

Mr J. T. Udofia    1/10/76 -   15/11/78

Mr B. Okon         10/11/78 -   6/9/79

Mr M. C. Ebo      6/9/79   -   31/10/85

Credit: http://www.fgcportharcourt.com/index.php/about-us

ANNOUNCEMENTS

FGCPH80 2015 REUNION DRAFT PLAN.

Theme and Objectives of Reunion

  •  

Key Objectives (suggested)

  •  

Uniting Nigeria through education.

Primary  Objective

Networking for social, business and political development.

Location and Date of Event

S/N

Location

Reason/s

1

Port Harcourt

  1. Location as Alma Mater
  2. Majority members location
  3. Should be venue of 1st Reunion

2

Dates

  • Thursday 1st October 2015 – arrivals
  • Friday 2nd & Saturday 3rd October - event days
  • Sunday 4th October 2015 – departure

Central Planning Committee.

S/N

Name

CPC & Subcommittee Role

1

Abdullahi Umaru Ragada

Coordinator, Abuja & Northern Zone,

Member all Subcommittees

2

Abiye Hector-Goma (Dr.)

Vice Chairman, CPC

Lead, Publicity & Protocol,

Member all Subcommittees

3

Alwell Hanachor

Lead, Programme

4

Amejima Chu (Dr.)

Lead, Welfare

5

Clifford Dikigbugerere

Lead, Project

6

Dayo Awosika

Member, Programme

7

Emmanuel Onah

Member, Finance & Sponsorship

8

Glory Eseonu-Ogugua

Lead, Finance & Sponsorship

9

Henrietta Isokpan

Member, Programme

10

Ikwo Uloh

Coordinator, Lagos and Western Zone.

Coordinator, FGCPH OSA

11

Isaac Gomba Chu

Chairman, CPC,

Member all Subcommittees

12

Sunday Amadi (Dr.)

Member, Programme

For more information, pleae contact:

Isaac G. Chu

Chairman, Central Planning Committee

+2347064045268. isaacgchu@gmail.com