The Management of Federal University of Lafia, FULafia, has pledged to support religious groups to operate unhindered on the campus of the institution.
The pledge was made through the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor Shehu Abdul Rahman, when he hosted members of the Catholic Community of FULafia who paid him a courtesy visit.
Professor Abdul Rahman called on religious bodies in the University to carry out their activities within the approved rules and regulations.
On his part, the Registrar of the University, Dr. Abubakar Mamuda, urged the Christians to relentlessly pray for the spiritual and academic growth of the University.
Mamuda promised religious groups operating on campus that the authorities would continue to provide them an enabling environment to discharge their spiritual duties to their members, calling on them to always pray for peace and love to exist in the University.
Earlier, in his address, the Chaplain, Catholic Community of FULafia, Reverend Father Dr. Ngbea Gabriel, who led the courtesy visit to the vice-chancellor, said that they came to congratulate the vice-chancellor on his appointment as the third vice-chancellor of FULafia.
The chaplain called on the vice-chancellor to utilise the rare opportunity given to him by God to develop the University.
The chaplain, Reverend Father Dr. Ngbea Gabriel, and other members of the Catholic Community, at the end of the event, prayed for the success of Professor Shehu Abdul Rahman and his management team and peace to reign in the University.