GCUOBA to build A N500 Million Secretariat

Government College Ughelli Old Boys Association (GCUOBA), Lagos Branch has announced that it will on December 3, 2023 at a prestigious Luncheon Party, launch a N500 million secretariat building fund.

“Some of the very important dignitaries expected to grace the occasion include but not limited to, Chief Host of the event, Delta State Governor, Rt. Hon Sheriff Oborevwori, Co-Chief Host, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, Governor of Lagos State, Honorable Minister of Aviation and Aerospace Development, Olorogun Festus Keyamo, SAN, Chief Allen Onyema, Chairman, Air Peace Airlines,

“Sir Joseph Arumemi- Ikhide, Chairman, Arik Airlines, Uncle Sam Amuka, Publisher, Vanguard Newspaper, Prince Nduka Obaigbena Chairman, Arise Television, who will be the Chairman of the occasion.

Others include Mr. G.T.S. Adokpaye, former President, GCUOBA Lagos branch and Past President General Worldwide, PGWW, GCUOBA, Dr. Titus Okereke, Prof. Olu Akinyanju, Prof. Itse Sagay SAN, Engr. Guy Otobo, Chief  Engr. Joseph J. Akpieyi, Chairman, Arco Plc,  former President GCUOBA Lagos branch and Past President General Worldwide, PGWW, GCUOBA, who will be Father of the day, Olorogun Moses Taiga, Arch. Charles Majoroh, immediate past President General, World Wide, GCUOBA, Olorogun Albert Akpomudje, SAN, current President General, World Wide, Dr. Alfred Okoigun, 1st Vice President General, World Wide, Pastor Daniel Ekoko, Host and President of GCUOBA Lagos Branch, Chief Great Ogboru and so many other high profile personalities too numerous to mention here.

“Today, we stand on the threshold of history to proclaim that those of us who were fortunate enough to be sent to a very unique school such as our Alma mater Government College, Ughelli, GCU, Delta State by our fore-sighted parents or guardians in our formative years can proudly and conveniently say that, YES INDEED, it was a brilliant idea and a worthy decision. Our entry into GCU was made possible by them. Because of the discipline we underwent, excellent education we  received, respect for seniors and social values, majority of the Mariners went on in life to impact our dearly beloved country, Nigeria, in various fields of endeavours. Firstly, we believe that we owe an eternal obligation to do our utmost best for our fatherland, having no other country we can call our own, and also to the whole world at large, “it said in a statement.

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