Mo Farah London Police Started Investigation On The Disclosure Of Farah Being Smuggled To England
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Following the sensational revelations of legendary athlete Sir Mohammad Farah, who won four gold medals in the five and ten thousand meters at the London and Rio Olympics, London police have started a search for the woman who made him work as a child labourer. Mo Farah revealed in the documentary that he was smuggled from Djibouti to England at the age of eight under the name Mohammed Farah. His real name is Hussain Abdi Kahin.
Investigation started under the supervision of expert officers
Mo Farah revealed that he was brought to England at the age of eight by a woman he did not know. She used to make him work for his children at home and he was not sent to school until he was 12 years old. He was brought to England through forged documents. The name Mohammad Farah was written on his photo. He won six gold medals at the World Championships in addition to four gold medals at the London and Rio Olympics with the same name.
On the basis of this performance, he i.e. Mohammed Farah was awarded the title of Sir (Knighthood) on behalf of Queen Elizabeth. In a statement issued by the London Police, it has been said that they are aware of the media reports on Sir Mo Farah. An investigation has been started in this matter under the supervision of a team of expert officers. This team is gathering the available information in this matter.
Farah said, it is a matter of pride to represent Britain
However, the Home Department of England has already said that no action will be taken against Sir Mo Farah. Farah has always maintained that he came to England as a refugee from Somalia, while revealing that his father was killed in a civil war in Somalia at the age of four. He decided to bring out the truth at the behest of the children.
Farah has also said that she is proud to represent England, but her most proud achievements are her family and children. He has disclosed this for them only. He said that not all children get an easy start in life, but that doesn’t mean they can’t live their dreams.