Professor Oritsegbemi Omatete, President General Worldwide, Government College Ughelli Old Boys Association has given firm assurances on a hitchfree delivery of the 2018 maiden edition of the GCU Relays confirmed for November 17th at the modern Tartan Tracks.
Already sorted out for the Relays are perfect arrangements put in place for Security, Medical and Logistics.
The Games’ technical are perfectly placed in the professional abilities of Sir Emmanuel Elili, former Delta State Athletics Federation Chairman and National Pole Vault Champion.
“For medical concerns, we are having the School Sick Bay, the General Hospital nearby, as well as very competent Doctors (mostly Old Boys coming for the Sept. 73 Reunion) and Nurses on standby, in spite of not nursing fears about injuries,” Prof Omatete said.
He also reinterated the water tight security arrangement already secured for the GCU Relays from the nearby Military Barracks, including the Police Post across the schools Appian way and Gate.
Heritage Schools confirmed for the milestone event include St. Gregory’s College Lagos, Edo College Benin City, St Patrick’s College Asaba, Federal Government College Warri, Government College Afikpo and Mary Mount Girls School Agbor amongst others.
The GCU Relays, being organised by the GCUOBA World Wide, has been sanctioned and endorsed by: The Delta State Ministry of Education, Delta State Sports Commission, Delta State Athletics Federation, The Athletics Federation of Nigeria, AFN and Nigerian Ex-Olympian Association.
Track events including all Relays will be competed for by both the Boys and Girls Schools invited for the historic Meet.