MSGOBA is an acronym which stands for Mount  Saint Gabriel’s Old Boy’s Association, Makurdi, Benue State

It is a body comprised of all former students who attended Mt. St. Gabriel’s Secondary School, Makurdi who desiring to come together in unity have wilfully established this distinguished Association to cater for the needs of the Members as well as the interests of our Alma mater.


  • To unite into one Body, all past students of Mt. St. Gabriel's Secondary School, Makurdi
  • To disseminate information on issues that affect Mt. St. Gabriel's Secondary School, Makurdi
  • To assist in anyway possible, the attainment of academic excellence and moral standards of Mt. St. Gabriel's Secondary School, Makurdi.
  • To protect the image of Mt. St. Gabriel's Secondary School, Makurdi at all times.
  • To cultivate the spirit of brotherhood among Members.
  • To assist Members in times of need through economic empowerment and or welfare programs to be set up by the Executive
  • To encourage the younger ones to attain their aspirations.

“An alumni association which is nationally recognized and locally relevant in the affairs/decisions made for/by the school while gradually becoming a key stakeholder in the role of educating and preparing old boys for their roles as leaders of today and the future.”


“We the Old Boys of Mount of Saint Gabriel’s Secondary School, Makurdi having firmly and solemnly resolved to associate in unity and harmony do hereby agree to provide for ourselves a constitution to guide and consolidate our unity and progress, so help us God”.


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Eulogy To Fr. Fraser By Sam Ogabidu

“Father, as years climb the shoulders of years, The hands of time bear aloft, The memorial of your sacrifice, Like the Bishop’s cup when your ‘little ones’, Finally broke the jinx, Your ‘little ones’ whom you taught to pray, For Costa Rica, El-Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, And all the troubled parts of the world, Follow now your lead with dog-nose, To the cool of Garkawa, As wood for a burnt offering, They raise one voice, In praise and prayer, To God for the gift of your heart, Father, your ‘little angels’ and all who dodge, Mass and labour and time GM and Sunday Rice, Are full men now, Pulling the levers of power, From the backwaters of small towns, To the neon lights of great cities, Still every muscle in their faces, Twitch with smiles at the mention, Of your name they remember they remember, The tears with which you washed, The tender shoots of their souls, The bold and vivid petals of life’s promises, Which you and your army of great teachers, Unveiled for them.”


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