USOSA - UNITY SCHOOLS OLD STUDENTS ASSOCIATION, is the umbrella body for all Unity Schools in Nigeria and FLOGA is about to make history! For the first time, FLOGA will be advancing her cause on the Federal Level. We will be joining the ranks of those who get to make input in matters that affect the Nigerian education landscape as a whole and our alma mater in particular.
FLOGA finally gets a voice! One of our own will be contesting for the position of Public Relations Officer (P.R.O) in the forth coming USOSA Elections. Her name is Kate Pam (1996).
These first steps towards national relevance however, are in danger of being stopped abruptly. A hurdle lies in our path in the form of outstanding debts. FLOGA has been unable to pay her USOSA Annual dues for the past 5 years (#500,000.00 at #100,000.00 per annum). Last year, we made a feeble attempt through donations from FLOGA Chapters to pay up #150,000.00 leaving a balance of #350,000.00 (Three Hundred and Fifty Thousand Naira Only).
The 350 for 1000 Campaign is being flagged off to help us raise funds to clear this debt in order to clear the way for our candidate - Kate Pam to successfully contest for the post of USOSA Public Relations Officer - P.R.O. If 350 FLOGA-ites donate #1,000.00 (One Thousand Naira Only), we can make it!
One Thousand Naira only from 350 girls and we've got a fighting chance. (If you can afford to give more, please do.)
Let’s pledge our support the 350 for 1000 Campaign.
To donate, please pay #1,000.00 (One Thousand Naira Only) into the FGGC LANGTANG ALUMNI ASS. (FLOGA NATIONAL) - DIAMOND BANK ACCOUNT - 0075326479
Send an SMS - "TFOC" - to 08034865490 when this is done.
Together, we can make a real difference!
PS: Our deadline of April 1st 2016 has passed and FLOGA was able to raise just about 70% (#250,000) of the money. This has earned us a validation to contest the elections but we are not out of the woods yet. We have promised to pay up the balance in a very short time. Please keep sending in your donations.
A LITTLE ABOUT OUR CANDIDATE - KATE PAM
Kate Pam graduated from F.G.G.C Langtang in 1996.
She is a seasoned Business Development Consultant with over 12 years of experience in financial services sector in business development, wealth and client relationship management. She is the Principal Consultant/CEO of Stalwart Business Consult a marketing and business development consulting firm which has offices in Nigeria and the UK.
She is also Partner at Vichi Resources Consult, an educational consulting firm; and Leading Director of Stalwart Communities, a social enterprise with offices in Nigeria and the UK, that presents a programme of co-ordinated educational and social developments, drawing upon existing community and family strengths, to prepare more children and young people, more thoroughly and more appropriately, for Nigerian life tomorrow and beyond, to promote the skills of teachers, other professionals and community practitioners who will lead this work, and to create sound financial and administrative structures that will ensure lasting success through changing times.
Prior to setting up SBC, she was Head of Business Development at Nexia Nigeria, worked as an ICT Learning Support Assistant for Special Education Needs (SEN) students at Shooters Hill College, London; UK; Associate Project Manager& PMO Coordinator, ICT with Dollar Financial Corporation, Nottingham, UK; Head of Wealth Management with Northbridge Investment & Trust Ltd, Abuja and Wealth/Business Development Executive at BGL Plc in Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
She has MBAs in Marketing from Grenoble Graduate School of Business and Global Management from London Metropolitan University – with specializations in Project Management & Leadership; and Performance Management & Control. She has a Bachelor of Technology degree in Agricultural Economics & Extension from Abubakar Tafawa Balewa University, Bauchi. Kate is a Certified International Manager and an Associate of the Nigerian Institute of Management (NIM) and Institute of Capital Market Registrars (ICMR). She is also a member of the Project Management Institute (PMI).
She and has engaged in a variety of community-serving activities including the #PlateauSpeaks advocacy for peace in north central Nigeria, worked a SEN Teaching Assistant in various schools across London, volunteered in various charities such as Widows and Orphans International (WORPHAN) UK, kids church leader at Hillsong Church London. She also serves as member of the Committee on Mobilization of the Unity Schools Old Students’ Association (USOSA). She has a sustained yet passionate interest in the place of women in society, and seeks always to empower them in every realm of life.
THE JOURNEY SO FAR
19TH APRIL, 2016
WE'VE RAISED 71% OF THE TARGET. WOOHOO!!
|PAYMENTS RECEIVED INTO FLOGA NATIONAL ACCOUNT|
|350 FOR 1000 CAMPAIGN - TFOC|
|S/N||NAME||AMOUNT PAID||DATE PAID (2016)|
|1||TOKUNBO IFATUROTI||N 1,000||17-Mar|
|2||OLABISI OSAGIE||N 10,000||17-Mar|
|3||NAOMI EMENIKE ONUOHA||N 3,500||17-Mar|
|4||TAIWO SERIKI||N 5,000||18-Mar|
|5||BERNADETTE AKUYE-GBEFWI||N 1,000||18-Mar|
|6||KANAYO ADETORO||N 1,000||18-Mar|
|7||VIVIAN OZOEKWE||N 1,000||18-Mar|
|8||NANFE MINER||N 1,000||18-Mar|
|9||KANGYANG NASH||N 1,000||18-Mar|
|10||NANKLING NYINEBI||N 1,000||18-Mar|
|11||AISHA ABBAS||N 5,000||19-Mar|
|12||MARCELINA NWOBIKE||N 1,000||19-Mar|
|13||FATI MURITAL-IBRAHIM||N 5,000||20-Mar|
|14||QUEEN AMANKWE||N 1,000||21-Mar|
|15||NKECHI KWALMI||N 5,000||21-Mar|
|16||KATE PAM AND OTHER 96SET||N 30,000||21-Mar|
|17||NKIRUKA PEDRO-IYALLA||N 5,000||21-Mar|
|18||PYEMWA DESHI||N 1,000||21-Mar|
|19||ETHEL OKPOTU||N 1,000||21-Mar|
|20||CHIJINDU ONYENKWERE||N 1,000||22-Mar|
|21||FRANCISCA UGURU||N 2,000||23-Mar|
|22||FRANCISCA ONWUKA||N 1,000||23-Mar|
|23||CARMEL KATSINA ALU||N 2,000||23-Mar|
|24||CHIOMA UGWU UKAMA||N 1,000||22-Mar|
|25||OKWUCHI UGORJI||N 5,000||22-Mar|
|26||NGOZIKA DIKE BENITA||N 2,000||23-Mar|
|27||JUBET ROTMWA||N 2,000||23-Mar|
|28||NKIRU UMEKWE||N 1,000||23-Mar|
|29||MAUREEN SANI||N 1,000||24-Mar|
|30||ANGELA MOGOR||N 1,000||24-Mar|
|31||VIVIAN DUTSE||N 1,000||24-Mar|
|32||JUDITH LAWAM||N 1,000||24-Mar|
|33||DAKUP KATSEN LAMAN||N 1,000||24-Mar|
|34||UTIBE ROSEMARY BASSEY||N 1,000||24-Mar|
|35||TONGNAAN DADA BAWA||N 1,000||24-Mar|
|36||GRACE GANGSON WANG||N 3,000||24-Mar|
|37||ANDOKA MICHAEL||N 1,000||25-Mar|
|38||SOEMNAAN BENITA LAWAM||N 1,000||25-Mar|
|39||MISANA MARWAN||N 1,000||27-Mar|
|40||RIZPAH SUNDAY||N 2,000||29-Mar|
|41||MOTUNRAYO OGUNDIRAN||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|42||BOLANLE OGUNDIRAN||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|43||IFEOMA BADEJO||N 10,000||29-Mar|
|44||BUSOLA ABIMBOLA||N 5,000||29-Mar|
|45||VENKAT FANNAP||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|46||FATIMA JIBRIN||N 5,000||29-Mar|
|47||KYEMPIYA JAMES||N 2,000||29-Mar|
|48||VICTORIA AKANNI||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|49||NOROH CHUWANG||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|50||MAKCIT RINDAP||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|51||MANWOR GWATAU||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|52||NANYI NIMZING||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|53||SINGIE WUYEP||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|54||OLUBUNMI BANKOLE||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|55||OLUBUNMI OLAPADE||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|56||ZAINAB ALIYU GARBA||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|57||NJIDEKA ASUZU||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|58||TOMI ONOVIRAN||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|59||IRENE AKHIDENOR||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|60||MANDONG UKUNGO||N 1,000||29-Mar|
|61||KANENG PAM SALAMI||N 6,000||30-Mar|
|62||ISOKEN IGHOH||N 5,000||30-Mar|
|63||SALMA IBRAHIM||N 5,000||30-Mar|
|64||RUTH NDAM||N 1,000||30-Mar|
|65||VICTORIA IJAMPY||N 1,000||30-Mar|
|66||NOBLEGATE SCHOOLS||N 2,000||30-Mar|
|67||LOHNA BONKAT ZWALNAN||N 1,000||30-Mar|
|68||ANGELA OGAR||N 2,000||30-Mar|
|69||EBUNOLUWA OLOYEDE||N 1,000||31-Mar|
|70||LUCY OBIEKWE||N 1,000||31-Mar|
|71||OZI AKU ELIZABETH||N 1,000||31-Mar|
|72||FLORENCE EZE GOODLUCK||N 1,000||31-Mar|
|73||SALOME MAGAJI||N 1,000||31-Mar|
|74||UMMA SULAIMAN||N 5,000||31-Mar|
|75||JUWANAH AMFANI ELKANAH||N 350||31-Mar|
|76||KASFAST SERVICES LIMITED||N 5,003||31-Mar|
|77||SARAH AMARK||N 1,000||31-Mar|
|78||JANE CHINWE ORJIANI||N 1,000||31-Mar|
|79||TIMKAT BENAIAH||N 1,000||31-Mar|
|80||ABIGAIL PWAJOK PWAJOM||N 3,000||31-Mar|
|81||HAFSAT HASSANA||N 2,000||31-Mar|
|82||LYDIA ALUMA ASHEDZI||N 1,000||1-Apr|
|83||OBY ONOWU OKWUKA||N 1,000||1-Apr|
|84||OLUWAFEMI-ISRAEL MODUPELOLA||N 2,500||1-Apr|
|85||KEMI AKINSANYA||N 2,500||1-Apr|
|86||SHEILA KEHINDE||N 1,000||1-Apr|
|87||OLUWAKEMI IBODJE||N 2,000||2-Apr|
|88||YETUNDE SHAKIRAT BAMGBOPA||N 1,000||2-Apr|
|89||UDUAK JOHNSON OLUDEMI||N 2,000||2-Apr|
|94||PLANGNAN JOSIAH DARFUR||N 1,000||4-Apr|
|95||LILLIAN AGHARESE||N 10,000||4-Apr|
|96||ALAO JENNIFER||N 5,000||5-Apr|
|97||MANRE CHIRTAU||N 1,000||7-Apr|
|98||NANFE MAURICE GAMBO||N 10,000||7-Apr|
|99||ETHEL A. COLLINS UKAKU||N 3,000||7-Apr|
|100||NANCY DAGUN||N 1,000||10-Apr|
|101||GWAMKAT DAUDU BONCWAT||N 2,000||11-Apr|
|102||SOTONYE EDOHORE||N 7,000||15-Apr|
|103||RHODA ISHAKU||N 1,000||18-Apr|