The study aims to identify the correlation between veneration of the prayer ritual with self-confidence and social inclination among Mogadishu University students, as well as knowing whether there are statistically significant differences in veneration of the prayer ritual among Mogadishu University students, depending on gender and age. The researcher used the descriptive correlative approach, the measure of self-confidence and social inclination, and the measures of glorifying the ritual of prayer as a tool for data collection. The sample size was (201) male and female students who were chosen randomly. In the data analysis, the data were analyzed by Pearson’s correlation coefficient, t-test for the average of one population. One of the most important findings of the study is that there is a statistically significant correlation between the veneration of the ritual of prayer and the trait of self-confidence and the trait of social inclination among Mogadishu University students. There are also differences in the veneration of the prayer ritual in the preparation and readiness dimension, where the differences were in favor of males, while the differences in the humility dimension during prayer were in favor of females.