This year, We are committed to
Improving the physical standards of some of these schools by providing reading desks, white-boards, computers, toilets, and so forth.
As a vehicle to continually project the legacies of the Late Isiudo (Professor) Godwin & Omenyi (Lady) Christie OGUM. While they lived, Lady Christie was a firm promoter of the girl-child, while Isiudo believed wholly in the powers of education and also community development. These have formed the fulcrum for the Foundation.Read More
Professor. G.E.O. Ogum, B. Sc (Math), M. Sc (Statistics) Sc.D (Demography) whose other achievements are too numerous to squeeze into this space, has passed on!!! He was the Regent of Unubi at a time when the town was going through some of the most turbulent of its political life. He ran the affairs of Unubi like a well-oiled machine when the town was sorting out its Igwe dynasty and saved the community from the brink of political disaster. Continue Reading
Prof. G. E. O. Ogum – the best vice chancellor unizik never had- There are few men that could boast of the kind of pedigree and distinguished scholarship that was typical of the life of Prof. G. E. O. Ogum. He bestrode his world like a colossus; yet he was deliberately casual and relaxed about the things that ordinary mortals strive and fight for. In his most eventful life, he had the touch of gold – always transforming everything he laid his hands upon. He touched lives; he touched organisations and entities; he touched values and norms; and he touched posterity. Continue Reading
Almost 50 years ago, I met a man who, over the years, would become a mentor, a friend and a big brother to me. He was a brilliant man; quiet, modest, unassuming and loyal, a man who knew his own mind and kept his word. When I first met Godwin Ogum, our world -- his and mine – was in a turmoil. I left Enugu in 1966 on a one-year scholarship to study statistics in Ghana. Like many Igbos who were leaving Nigeria for one reason or another, I had no idea at that time what kind of country I would be returning to at the end of my studies. Continue Reading
Over the next couple of years, we intend to widen our scope in our interventions, so as to touch more lives in our schools, and also engage in other projects that will impact directly on our immediate communities.Support Us
We have a Scholarship programme was set up to encourage and support indigent female students of Unubi origin to study Pharmacy. One of our students is presently in her third year.