Immerse in Somali Splendor: University Hosts Cultural Week to Ignite Student Passion for Heritage

A lively event at SIMAD University’s cultural week in Mogadishu featured people in traditional attire on May 11, 2024.

Boys in white performed a spirited dance to the beat of Somali music at the university campus.

The scene included Somali food, horses, and traditional outfits, kicking off the week-long cultural celebration.

Dahir Hassan Arab, the university’s leader, emphasized the importance of cultural awareness and pride.

He noted that the event aims to educate and celebrate Somali heritage among students.

Hassan Abdifatah, the Student Government Association president, stressed the significance of preserving Somali culture.

Students like Zakariye Mohamed showcased diverse aspects of Somali culture throughout the week.

Mohamed learned new things, including folk dances, and Yusuf appreciated the traditional food and customs.

The cultural week provided students with newfound knowledge and appreciation for their heritage.

The event brought together aromas of national dishes, folk music, and conversations, creating a unified atmosphere.

Through such events, students contribute to the preservation and inspiration of Somalia’s beauty and history.

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