‘How I was trafficked to UK as a child’ – Olympic champion Mo Farah’s ‘shocking’ revelation
Sir Mo Farah, the most successful British track athlete in the history of the modern Olympic Games, has described in an illuminating documentary how he was forcibly brought to the UK.Information Guide Nigeria
“Most people know me as Mo Farah, but it’s not my name, or it’s not the reality,” Farah said in a BBC documentary that is set to be released on Wednesday, July 13.
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“The real story is I was born in Somaliland, north of Somalia, as Hussein Abdi Kahin. Despite what I’ve said in the past, my parents never lived in the U.K.,” Farah said in clips of the documentary that were released by the BBC on Monday.
“If I wanted food in my mouth, my job was to look after those kids, shower them, cook for them, clean for them,” Farah said.
“And she said, ‘If you ever want to see your family again, don’t say anything. If you say anything, they will take you away.” he added.
He recently declared that he would participate in this year’s London Marathon on October 2. This would be his first marathon since 2019.JAMB Result
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