Henry Duruji                                                                   Ugoh Patrick

(President Emeritus & Founder,                                              (Current President, All Saints Alumni)

All Saints’ Alumni).



Ikpeama Emmanuel                                                   Onyekwere Casmir K.

(Vice President, All Saints’ Alumni)                                            (Secretary, All Saints’ Alumni)


Duruji Lilian O.                                               Mrs Prisca Anyanwu-Augustine Nwokogu

(Financial Secretary, All Saints’ Alumni)                                                       (Treasurer, All Saints’ Alumni)


Obika Chimezie Innocent                        Chigbundu Elijah Chinyere

(Provost 1, All Saints’ Alumni)                                                                            (Provost 2, All Saints’ Alumni)


The Old Students Association of All Saints Secondary School Oyigbo was formed on September 2003 with Mr. Duruji Henry as the convener. The association was formed as Pioneer Students Association of All Saints Secondary School of which Mr. Duruji Henry became the first president. The association has a constitution which was drafted by a committee of which Mr. Nwajiagu Gods-Will was the chairman. The association usually holds her meetings three (3) times a year; at Easter, August and December. The time and venue is always announced in the church (St. Paul’s Parish, Oyigbo) Mr. Duruji Henry served as president of the association until 2014 when a fresh election was held and Mr. Ugoh Patrick Chimezie emerged as the president with a ten-man executive member. One of the important things Mr. Henry did as president was to metamorphose the association to the standard of Old Students Association of All Saints Secondary School by so doing identifying the association with the school as well as allow other ex-students of the school who are not pioneers to be part of the association. On the assumption of office as president, Mr. Patrick Ugoh moved the association to a greater height. The association so far has done so much for itself, its members as well as for the school. And as a partner in progress, the association has become a significant part of the school’s success story.