We are the 1996 alumnae of FGGC Abuloma, Port Harcourt.
We exist to help us stay connected to each other and Abuloma by making real and fundamental difference to the experience of the current students of the school.
Our experiences from Abuloma continue to mould us into the strong and successful women we have become.
Our activities and charitable works have gained the admiration and recognition of the school, the community and other alumni around the world.
To provide opportunities for FGGC Abuloma 96 alumnae across the world, to collectively give back for the continued growth and development of our Alma Mater and the society, and to promote networking between alumnae that enrich their professional and personal lives.
Our Goals and Objectives
You are invited to contact the Executives at any time.
You have a huge deal to offer in terms of giving back to our Alma Mater. No matter where you are in the world or how much you are able to give, your donation can make a real and fundamental difference to the current students who are following in your footsteps.
Our Alma Mater
Federal Government Girls' College (FGGC), Abuloma was established alongside other second generation unity schools in 1975, at the temporary site in the Borikiri area of Port Harcourt City Council Area. The College started with thirty (34) students, eight (8) teaching staff, and fourteen (14)non- teaching staff with Mrs. Okobi as the pioneer principal.
In 1976, the college was moved to another temporary site within the permanent site in Abuloma town and admitted three arms of Junior Secondary School one, (JSS1) students. As more classrooms were made available, more pioneer teaching and non-teaching staff were posted to the college. The junior secondary school component was disarticulated from the senior secondary school between 2006 and 2010. This was re-instated from 2010/2011 academic session.
Presently, the student population stands at 1,427 while the teaching staff strength is about 120. The college has since inception excelled in many academic and co- curricular activities.
Source of our hope
Fountain of truth and conscience
Mother of Science
Home of the Art
We owe you love and reverence
Centre of love and unity
Where knowledge flows in abundance
Pride of our State and Nation
Where wisdom flows without hindrance
Where learners learn and teachers teach
Federal Government Girls' College Abuloma