L U Ogali

Lady Letitia Uloma Ogali was born to the family of Rt. Rev. Frank Claudius Vincent (Bishop Emeritus) and Mrs. Theodorah Nnene Vincent, in Baranyonwa Dere, Gokana, Ogoni in Rivers State of Nigeria. She attended Wesley Primary School, Port Harcourt and moved on to Banham Memorial Primary School Port Harcourt. She studied at Ovim Girls’ School, Union Secondary School, Ibiaku, Ikot Ekpene and went on to W.T.C Umuahia, where she qualified as a pivotal teacher. She got married in the Methodist Church at Aba in January 1968.

 Work Experience

She taught briefly at her Alma mater Union Secondary School, Ibiaku, Ikot Ekpene between 1965 & 1968.  and proceeded to the University of Nigeria, Nsukka for a degree in English. She was pioneer Principal, but the Civil war unfortunately terminated the school. Vice Principal/Principal at A.C.M.G.S Elelenwo between 1971 and 1979. Lady Letita was University Administrator at Uniport – 1980 to 1982, she was also Acting College Secretary – 1983 to 1986 while serving as pioneer Secretary to the Management Committee of the Chapel -1984 – 1987. She was deputy Registrar & College Secretary at Uni Port in 1987 to 1997 and post retirement continued in a contract capacity till 2002.

Activities in the Methodist Church

In 1945, at eight (8) years of age, she joined the Banham Church Choir until the end of 1947, when her dad left for Awka Theological College to train as a Minister. After the war, she went back to her congregation at Banham Cathedral, from 1970 to July 1980. Her positions included, choir mistress, Adult Sunday School Teacher, Member, Chapel Prayer Squad, Treasurer, Christian Women’s Fellowship of Our Saviour’s Int. Chaplaincy, Uniport, Lay preaching, Chairman for Drafting the Guidelines for the Chapel WCF, Member of the Chapel Evangelism Team. Secretary, Board of Trustees; 2003 – 2011 {eight (8) years}.  She remained a strong and committed member of her Denomination of birth, even when her late husband was invested with the Knighthood of St. Christopher in the Anglican Church. She is a complete home maker, only rendering various services to the congregation where she worships with the Protestant Interdenominational Chapel – Our Saviour’s Chapel, University of Port Harcourt.

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