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The Vice-Chancellor of Federal University of Lafia (FULafia), Professor Muhammad Sanusi Liman, has said that at a time when perpetration of immorality and criminal activities by especially youths became rampant, the institution would not be found wanting in its duty of providing guidance religious education to its students.

Liman, therefore, praised members of the University Senate for introducing Christian and Islamic studies in the institution, saying that it was the duty of the authorities to instill moral values in students with a view to producing useful members of the society

The vice-chancellor, who spoke when he welcomed members of the National Universities Commission (NUC) who visited FULafia for resources verification exercise.

The exercise was intended to ascertain the level of preparations of the university to start offering new courses, among which are the degree in Christian and Islamic studies.

He lamented the situation where youths engaged themselves in some unwholesome behaviours, saying that FULafia was determined to produce graduates "who'll be worthy of our certificate both in terms of character and learning."

Liman observed that the country was facing criminal and immoral challenges, calling on parents and institutions of learning not to shirk their responsibility of providing sound moral education.