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Old Students Donate Maker Boards to Alma Mater

The Old Student Association of Government Secondary School (GSS) Ogu in Ogu/Bolo Local Government donated 20 White Maker Boards to the School and also provided solar water and electricity through an old Student of the school.

The President of the Association Mr. Osaki Asobari who disclosed this during the Association’s meeting in Port Harcourt said the gesture was to boost their education and ensure their comfort. 

He also commended all those that made the donation a reality and urged all to borrow a leaf from the donors.

Asobari opined that the body had resolved to support its alma mater to enable it to maintain its heights in education and moral upbringing among schools in the state.

He thanked Governor Nyesom Wike for constructing a befitting classroom blocks, hotels and staff, quarters for conducive learning and better environment.

He appealed to the Chiefs and people of the Community to ensure adequate protection of the facilities and also enjoined the students to make good use of them adding that the school was known for its excellent academic performance in Quiz Competition, Sports activities, Discipline, amongst others.

The Association President proposed to organize an annual award ceremony for best graduating students in Science and Art as well as other individuals that have distinguished themselves in supporting or promoting the school in different foras, and disclosed plans to celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the school soon.

He commended the co-ordinators of the various sets of Old Students Association since the inception of the school in 1977, and enjoined all to participate maximally in the activities of the parent body in order to achieve set goals.

The Association however expressed dismay over the theft of 24 air conditioners installed in the modern school building constructed by the State Government despite the excellent performance of the students in recent external examinations, and charged all more action to ensure adequate security for the students and school facilities.  

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