Our Past

The founding fathers of Nigeria-Ghana International College turned their lofty dream of a school into reality in September 2006 when they hit the ground running in a seemingly modest way at #8, alex Ekueme way, Jabi-Abuja. Little did we know that these noble men and women had a grand plan up their sleeves to grow the school faster than anybody’s expectation.

By the second quarter of 2010 we were invited to kuje to be surprised with a new sprawling Nigeria-Ghana International College that gave us enough space to stretch ourselves to the full.


When the school eventually relocated to the present site in September 2011, we experienced some of hic-cups that are usually associated with such changes in environment. However, we have made substantial improvements in our acclimatization process and in coming to terms with conditions of our new habitat.

As we celebrate the passing out of the last batch of our pioneer students, it is only proper that we salute the courage, resilience, patience and diverse forms of assistance given to the school by the pioneer stakeholders, to wit; parents, students, staff and officials of the Department for policy and (DIP). We shall continue to be grateful to you all forever.