3rd Floor,Adams House
27 Mississippi Street, Maitama, Abuja
Federal Government College Kano
P.M.B 3164 ,
Zaria Road, Kano.
(F.G.C Kano is on main Zaria road before Zaria road 1st U-turn and its opposite Unguwar Uku motor park ,Kano)
Thank you for visiting our “fgckano.org.uk” website. We the members of the Alumni family of Federal Government College Kano, have an unbreakable bond that transcends religion and ethnicity. It is indeed an honor and privilege to be part of this great body. We must leverage this unity, and the strength of our kinship to make a difference, not only in our immediate communities, but in Nigeria as a whole.
Reunion Venue:Novotel Reading RGllDP Theme: London 2016. Date: July 14-17, 2016
If you require a UK Visa to attend the reunion, please contact the planning committee at firstname.lastname@example.org and a letter of invitation will be sent to you to submit with your Visa application.
To be eligible for the letter of invitation, you must have paid your reunion fees and made your hotel reservation, in addition you must meet the British Embassy's visa eligibility requirements.
Please visit https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/nigeria-apply-for-a-uk-visa/apply-for-a-viuk-visa-in-nigeria for eligibility requirements and how to apply.
Please note that the visa pplication process may take up to 3months. We advise that you begin the process early.
FGC Kano Alumni Membership is open to all past student of our great school. Through your membership, you enjoy:
Opportunities to reconnect with classmates
Career networking opportunities
Membership Card and FGC Kano, UK Crest/window decal
Discount on special merchandise
Bi-annual Alumni reunion and annual business meetings.
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It is very humbling to be trusted by you my fellow alumni with the mandate of presiding over affairs of the FGCK UK Alumni. I am indeed honoured. It is with great excitement and trepidation that I accept the post of President.
Excitement, because it gives me another opportunity to work with my fellow elected officials whom I have come to know so well in the past couple of years. These are people who have shown incredible commitment to, and belief in, the challenging task of keeping our beloved alumni association thriving. They have, in different capacities, given a lot of of themselves in time, energy and finances to keep the momentum alive following the re-launch a couple of years ago. Also, the effort each one of us put into making this election a reality is highly applauded. My fellow executives, I salute you all.
Trepidation, because as we all know it is no mean feat overcoming the challenges that lay ahead. But that trepidation is swiftly watered down by the belief that this is our alumni, and I and the executive officials are not alone. We have the support of each and every alumnus in the pursuit of a sustainable future for this association.
So where do we go from here? Our primary objective for the next couple of years will be to focus on alumni numbers and welfare. Only when we have a solid alumni membership base do we have an association, and only as a thriving collective will we be able to give back sustainably to our alma mater. So As a matter of priority, we shall work towards growing this association in terms of alumni numbers and participation.
Firstly, We shall be taking the show on the road, i.e. taking the association to the alumni. We will take it upon ourselves to visit alumni at their bases every so often and represent at alumni occasions, weddings, naming ceremonies, birthday parties etc, anywhere in the UK.
Secondly, we shall encourage networking between alumni at events we organise to further foster relevance of the association to alumni welfare.
Thridly, we shall actively seek, encourage and empower the younger alumni especially classes of 90's and 00's. Their participation is vital to the sustainability of this association as we continue to look to the future.
We look forward to the support of each and every alumnus as we embark on this challenging but achievable journey.