7 January 2013

Somalia: Mogadishu Gets a New Varsity

Mogadishu — A new university called Somali international university was opened in Mogadishu today.

In the opening ceremony, which was attended by teachers, students and officials from Somali federal government was held at the grounds of the university.

Founders of Somali international university said it would play crucial role in expanding the role of education in Somalia.

New modern tools which will be in teaching equipments were shown during the opening ceremony.

The dean of the new university Professor Ismail Ali Said, who spoke in the conclusion of the ceremony, stressed how societies make developments with education and he called on Somali youth to focus on education.

Somali International University is the latest of a number of universities that open in Mogadishu recently as the capital is improving so fast since the Somali took full control of it in August 2011.

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