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  • FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OHAFIA

  • FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE OHAFIA

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Welcome to the Federal Government College, Ohafia, Abia State.


We heartily welcome You to our online Portal.

The Federal Government College, Ohafia is arguably one of the best Federal Unity Colleges in Nigeria. We provide qualitative Education to our Students in an atmosphere that stimulates learning and curiousity.

Our Vision is to be the foremost Centre of Academic and Moral Excellence in Nigeria and across Africa. We are constantly working towards the actualization of our Vision by providing our Students with the the Skills and Knowledge they need to become great Achievers.

Our track record speaks for us as many of our Alumni have gone ahead to take up strategic positions both in the public and private sectors.

On this website, You will find every relevant information concerning the College.

We have sections for News, Events, Assignments, Newsletters and Online Result Checking for Students.

Once again, You are Welcome.

Latest News

2020-10-05 11:29:54

RESUMPTION OF OTHER CLASSES (JS 1, JS 2, SS 1 & SS 2)

RESUMPTION OF OTHER CLASSES (JS 1,  JS 2, SS 1 & SS 2)
The Federal Government of Nigeria has approved the resumption of other classes of our educational institutions as from the 11th of October 2020.


In the light of the above, Federal Government College, Ohafia hereby release these guidelines to all concerned parents and students for a smooth return.


The students are to return on the 11th of October, 2020 before 3pm.  


REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS RETURN.
The following are some compulsory items that all returning students must possess.

  1. Proof of payment of all outstanding bills including the (₦28,500) third term fees (visit  https://fgcohafia.centralbillingfuc.com) to access your current bills.
  2. Proof of payment of all outstanding PTA bills including that of third term 
  3. Face masks that are washable (at least 7 pieces) and a good number of handkerchief.
  4. Personal hand sanitizer.
  5. Personal body thermometer
     

OTHER ITEMS
JS 1-Tissue Paper, Detergent(Ariel/Klin) 900g, Heavy duty sack bag, White board marker
JS 2 -Tissue Paper, Detergent(Ariel/Klin) 900g, Izal 500ml, Broom, Energy bulb (40watts)
SS 1-Tissue Paper, 250ml Dettol, Energy bulb (40watts) and 1ltr Hypo
SS 2-Tissue Paper, 250ml Dettol, Broom and Detergent (Ariel/Klin) 900g 
Also, the following should be strictly adhered to in order to reduce person to person contacts and gatherings.
Every student must;

  1. Wear a very low hair cut.
  2. Have complete set of cutlery and other dining hall items.
  3. Have personals and toiletries like soap tooth paste, body cream, towels etc.
  4. Adhere to all COVID 19 prevention protocols like social distancing, use of the hand washing stands and hand sanitizers at the entrance of every hall and classroom regularly, etc

Parents are to take note of the above and ensure that they prepare their wards properly.Also ensure that you visit our website  www.fgcohafia.com  regularly for updates as we get ready for resumption.
Thanks
College Management.

2020-07-31 07:41:27

RESUMPTION OF EXIT CLASSES (SS 3 AND JS 3)

RESUMPTION OF EXIT CLASSES (SS 3 AND JS 3)

 

The Federal Government of Nigeria has approved the resumption of exit classes of our educational institutions as from the 4th of July 2020.

In the light of the above, Federal Government College, Ohafia hereby release these guidelines to all concerned parents and students for a smooth return.

 

The SS 3 students are to return on the 4th of August, 2020 before 3pm. Instruction  for the return date of JS 3 students will come later this is in order to avoid overcrowding, in compliance to the COVID-19 guidelines.

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENTS RETURN.

The following are some compulsory items that all returning students must possess.

  1. Proof of payment of all outstanding bills including the third term fees (visit  https://fgcohafia.centralbillingfuc.com) to access your current bills.
  2. Face masks that are washable (at least 7 pieces) and dozens of handkerchief.
  3. Personal hand sanitizer.
  4. Personal body thermometer
  5. 250ml dittol,
  6. 1ltr hypo and
  7. 900g of Omo or Ariel detergent.

 

Also, the following should be strictly adhered to in order to reduce person to person contacts and gatherings.

Every student must;

  1. Wear a very low hair cut.
  2. Have complete set of cutlery and other dining hall items.
  3. Have personals and toiletries like soap tooth paste, body cream, towels etc.
  4. Adhere to all COVID 19 prevention protocols like social distancing, use of the hand washing stands and hand sanitizers at the entrance of every hall and classroom regularly, etc

 

Parents are to take note of the above and ensure that they prepare their wards properly.

Also ensure that your visit our website  www.fgcohafia.com  regularly for updates as we get ready for resumption.

 

Thanks

College Management.

 

2020-06-16 18:13:36

RAPE: A Monster To African Child

Sigmund Freud was undoubtedly right when he said decades ago that the child was the father of man. No one - during his reign or at this present time - has ever been able to disprove the ingenious postulation of the psychologist. This is  because the man wouldn't have made it into adulthood without being a boy first. The woman too - like her gender counterpart - wouldn't have been successfully bred into elderliness without being a girl first, hence the prominent saying: "the young shall grow, and the old shall survive". Childhood is unique. It is the pathway to the future. The child is special, and as such should he be treated. The child is fragile. That's why the society should set an agile platform for him, not only to grow, but to glow. He should be enabled to flow too in an ambience (of a system) that would ensure and afford him an applaudable future - when he would have grown into adulthood with a career-path chosen.
The African child is apparently deprived of the aforementioned, and he seems to be dying in silence. He feels helpless that the environment he lives in isn't friendly enough to cater for his yearnings and aspirations. He unfortunately feels embittered on a daily basis.
The menace of rape on the girl-child, for instance, is on the increase and the justice system seems patting the perpetrators of the dastardly act on the back, whereas the victims wallow eternally in haplessness. Since rape started rearing its ugly head, some legislatures are yet to conclude on a corresponding penalty to be meted out to the culprits. Till today, bills are still inconclusively passing through reading. And in few African societies where there seem to be penalties attached to the viciousness of rape, such penalties are either less or not commensurate with the offence committed, hence the excruciating prevalence and persistence of the menace.

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2020-06-16 18:11:18

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE AFRICAN CHILD ACCESS TO A CHILD FRIENDLY JUSTICE SYSTEM IN AFRICA: NIGERIA SITUATION IN PERSPECTIVE

INTRODUCTION 
In William Wordsworth’s 1802 poem, My Heart Leaps Up, he states that, ‘The child is the father of the man”. By this profound statement, it is established that the growth of any race, nation or creed can be predicated on the rearing socially, culturally and by the psychological make-up of the children of such a society. In order to achieve this lofty goal, due attention must be paid to this category of members of African society. The United Nations Convention on the Rights of a Child states that “a child is a human being below
the age of 18 years unless under the law applicable to the child.” The rearing must be multifaceted and multi-disciplinary; this include education, health, emotional stability, etc. Above all, there must be a child friendly Justice Administration. 
OVER ALL PROTECTION 
As human race is continually evolving, diverse issues are ceaselessly surfacing. At different stages of these developments, children are always caught dependent on the society that is struggling to adapt and adjust to the new situation. As a result of their vulnerability, children must be protected from the old issues such as armed conflicts, communal clashes, war, hunger, domestic violence, divorce, separation, etc. as well as the new emerging issues such as child trafficking, child labour, child soldiering, child pornography, cyber bullying, sexual abuse, etc. 
The most alarming is the sexual abuse, not even from strangers and neighbours but by supposedly trusted members of the family. All these can be said to be diverse manifestations of violence. Violence, according to United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) is all forms of physical or mental violence, injury or abuse, neglect or negligent treatment, maltreatment or exploitation including sexual abuse.   The settings
range from home, the workplace, educational and training institutions, the community or society.

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2020-06-16 18:09:11

ACCESS TO A CHILD -FRIENDLY JUSTICE SYSTEM IN AFRICA

Every june 16th has been set aside to celebrate an African child, the event that led to the recognition of the day,  happened  On June 16, 1971 where more than 20,000 South African students in the township of Soweto took to the streets and were demanding to be taught in their own language. The Armed police officers responded by murdering hundreds of protesters. Hence the day is being declared as a  public holiday
in South Africa, which is  referred to as Youth Day, and  also recognized as International Day of the African Child throughout the world. The. day was first established by the Organization of the African Unity in 1991, the day aims at raising awareness for the situation of children in African, and on the need for continuing improvement in education also focuses attention on the barriers African children face in order to receive a quality education. 
An African child needs to be celebrated everyday, not only on 16th of June every year, the role of an African child in any economy can not be pushed aside, An African child is the future of any Nation. Take away an African child in a nation, then such nation have no future.  
This brought the theme of the year 2020 as "ACCESS TO A CHILD -FRIENDLY JUSTICE SYSTEM IN AFRICA

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2020-06-16 18:07:22

ADDRESS BY THE PRINCIPAL FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGE, OHAFIA OGUNGBEMI P. O. (MRS) TO PARENTS ON THE 16 TH OF JUNE 2020 TO MARK THE INTERNATIONAL DAY OF THE AFRICAN CHILD.

It is my great pleasure to address you on this special day of the celebration of the
international Day of the African Child. This year’s celebration is themed “Access
to a Child-Friendly Justice System in Africa”


With the current situation of rape, child trafficking, child labour, almajiri and
other vices that subject the child to various ill treatments in our community, this
theme will enlighten us on the need to ensure that the African Child is well
nurtured and protected.


Note that the child is the future of any nation, or race and needs to be brought
up as embodiments of the culture, norms, values and heritages of such nations or
race. We must not allow the challenges of the present make us neglect the need
to ensure the well being of the African child. Together, we must be committed to
helping our children grow and have their freedom so that they can fulfill their
potentials in life.

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