Who We Are
BRIEF HISTORY OF THE COLLEGE.
The Federal Government Girl's College, Ikot Obio Itong, Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria was created on 27th of September, 1987. The creation was as a result of the Federal Government of Nigeria policy of establishing at least two Federal Unity College in each state of the Federation. It went through the necessary formative processes and finally berthed on the 14th of April, 1989. The First student admitted into the College was Miss Anietie Etukudoh.
The College is located in Mkpat Enin local Government Area, 30mins drive from Eket, the home of Mobil Producing Unlimited. Its pioneer Principal Mrs. A.E. Effiom was posted from the prestigious Queens College, Yaba – Lagos. She was assisted by Mr. S.W.B. Yeri. Other pioneer Administrative and Academic Staff were Engr. A.O. Okore for Vocational and Technical department, Mr. E.B. Asuquo for Mathematics Department, Mrs F.E. Akpan for PHE, and Mr. Emmanuel Akpan for the Music Department, who later composed the College anthem.
School Anthem: May the Good Lord Help and Guide Us In our bid to build our Nation Our noble dreams is to love thee And serve thee selflessly
- Hail great al-ma-mata FGGC Ikot Obio Itong North, South, East, West Come for shelter To learn and play and love
- This our song to thee, Our hope for better future, Rock of love, Sound Education Teach us your great virtue
- Our Pro -Unitate Our Source of sound Education We praise thee And love thee Tis honesty we pledge
Roll Call of Past Principals:
||Mrs. A.E. EFFIOM
||Mrs. B.C. ETUK
||Barr. (Mrs.) J.K. UKAH
||Mrs. G.C. ONWUKA
||Mrs. P.U. EFEDUMA
||Mrs. C.A. EVBUOMA
||Mrs. C.J. UMANA
||Mrs. C.A. VOWA
||Mrs. E.E. OBOT
To raise virtuous women who will make a remarkable difference in Nigeria and the world at large in every area of human endeavour and who would also be pillars of their families and homes.
This is for the pursuance of academic excellences and the building up of great virtues in the Girl Child through imbibing self discipline, honesty, dedication to rules and regulations thereby acquiring the norms and ethics of her immediate environment and the world at large.