The Chairman, Implementation Committee of the COCIN Karl Kumm University (KKU) situated in Vom, Plateau State, Prof. Ochakpa Onazi has reassured that the institution will prioritize quality and standard as obtained in international universities.
Prof. Onazie said this while playing host to a delegation from the Regional Church Council, RCC Heiplang in Barkin Ladi LGA who were on the site for an assessment visit.
The Chairman insisted that the Karl Kumm University when operational will uphold the good virtues and sustain the legacies COCIN has already established with the Gindiri Schools which has produced credible personalities from all works of life.
Prof. Onazi appreciated RCC Heipang for their numerous contributions towards the success of the school and assured that all support given will be properly used for speedy completion of the remaining structures.
Earlier, leader of the delegation and Chairman of RCC Heipang, Rev. Gwom Davou Gyang said the purpose of their visit it to assess the level of work at the site as it has been long since the RCC visited the project site years ago.
He lauded the achievements witnessed so far and disclosed that RCC Heipang has been able to clear all Karl Kumm levies given by the Church because of the resilience and support of the EC, groups and members of the RCC.
He prayed that Karl Kumm University will stand out in both academic and moral excellence and be a pinnacle of learning which will not only accommodate students from Nigeria but people from all around the world.
Welcoming the delegation at the site, the COCIN Director of Education, Rev. Paul Deshi Shuwe appreciated the RCC for its support and taking time to come see the progress of work at the site for the second time.
He noted that the Nigeria University Commission, NUC is giving the Karl Kumm University top priority and operational license will be obtained before the end of the year.
The visiting team which comprised of the RCC EC, Elders, Pastors and their wives and group leaders was taken round the various structures by one of the site engineers, Ponsak Buromvyat. The RCC donated 72 bags of cement to assist in the finishing of the remaining structures.