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The Federal Government College, Ohafia Bid Opening event for 2022 projects which was scheduled to hold on the 14th July, 2022 has been postponed to the 27th July 2022 by 12noon. This is as a result of some logistic challenges. We regret all inconveniences the postponement may have caused.
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
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 studentsRead More
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 haveRead More
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
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 taughtRead More
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