Ogu Old Boys Urge Members To Assist Alma Mater

The interim President of Government Secondary School Ogu, Old Students Association (GSSOSA), Hon. Osaki Asobari has appealed to all Old students to assist their alma mata in all ramifications.

He stated that coming together as old students to assist the school will make the school one of the premiere schools in Nigeria.

Hon. Asobari said this on Sunday, shortly after he was appointed the interim President of the association, at Amakiry (Vee) Hotel, Ordinance Road, Trans Amadi, in Port Harcourt.

Government Secondary school, Ogu, in Ogu/Bolo Local Government Area, in Rivers State, was established in 1972.

The reunion meeting appointed 15 man interim executive committee to pilot the affairs of the association for one year and It was well attended.

According to him, togetherness they can achieve the aims and objectives of the association sequentially.

” I appeal to every one of us here to place priority on the development of our Alma mata, because the school has made us what we are today.

With your support and caliber of the persons the school has produced the sky will be our limit, besides, I thank you for giving me and exco the opportunity to serve you for one year ” Hon Asobari said.

 Speaking, at the occasion, Senator George Sekibo, advised members to assist one another and not forgetting the school.

According to him, without the school he wouldn’t have had the opportunity to attend secondary education.

“The school will soon be 50 years and we know what it is. Some of us were not born then, so we should ensure that we show commitment in developing the school” Senator Sekibo said.

Some dignitaries who also attended the meeting were; former commissioner for commerce and industry, Hon. Vincent Nemiboka, Rt.Hon. Evans Bipi, Rev. Francis Ebenezer, Cdr. Oforibo Aminadoki(rtd) Chairman of Okrika Local Government Area, Hon. Philemon Iwoloma, others.

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