Terror group Alshabaab has introduced a new curriculum for primary and secondary schools in places under their control.
The group, on Sunday, launched the new curriculum in Saakow Middle Juba and the ceremony was attended by Alshabaab’s spokesperson Ali Dheere according to Dalsan Radio based in Mogadishu.
According to Alshabaab, the new curriculum intends to replace foreign elements in the curriculum mostly used across Somalia.
English has been removed in the new curriculum and replaced by Arabic.
This comes at a time when newly elected leader of Somalia President Abdullahi Mohamed Farmaajo stated that African peacekeepers might leave the war torn nation by 2020.
The government has also been inviting investors from diaspora to help spring back the country’s damaged economy.