Sir Mo Farah said he was relieved that the Home Office would not take any action against him. Farah has said they came to Britain illegally.
Olympic star Farah revealed on Monday that his real name is Hussein Abdi Kahin, but he obtained British citizenship under the name Mohammed Farah. The name Mohammad Farah was given to him by the people who had brought him illegally to Britain.
This information has appeared in a BBC and Red Bull Studios documentary. In the documentary, Mo Farah has said that his parents have never been to Britain.
Mo Farah’s father, Abdi, was killed in a shooting during the civil war in Somaliland. Moe was four at the time.
His two brothers still live on a farm in Somaliland.
Even after admitting this lie by Farah, the British Home Office has told the BBC that there will be no investigation into the matter.
In an interview with BBC Radio Four, Mohammed Farah said: “I am relieved by this. This is my country. If Ellen [पीई टीचर] And I have no supporters, who have supported me since I was a child, so I would never have dared to do that. ”
“A lot of people have a favor in my life, especially my wife, who has supported me throughout my career. And that gave me the courage to stand out in front of me and say that’s the right thing to do.”
Farah shares her story
“I even hesitated to talk about it with my family. I can’t even talk in public. It took me a long time to get here, but I’m glad I made this documentary and told people my childhood. What happened to me? “
Mo Farah shares the truth of his coming to the UK, his children’s stories and the story of winning an Olympic medal in 2012.
Metropolitan Police say officers are investigating what happened to Sir Mo. In a statement, police said they had no reports “at this time.”
He said he believes many children who have been victims of modern slavery are present on the streets of London.
Sir Mo’s wife, Tania, said she was going through “a lot of emotions” after learning the truth.
She said, “At first I felt sad and bad for him. I started thinking about Mo, a nine-year-old boy, and I felt helpless. But at the same time I got angry with the people who treated him like that, and because they had to go through it. “
This joshameful wife
He said, “Moe has finally allowed himself to feel the pain. This documentary has given him the courage to face it. True, it’s like a cure.”
By law, the government can expel anyone from the country who has citizenship incorrectly. But the Interior Ministry has told the BBC they will not take any action in this case because it is believed that children are not involved in the wrong methods adopted to obtain citizenship.
Speaking on the issue of child trafficking, Mo Farah said: “No child wants to go through this situation. I was very young when someone else decided me. Whatever I have to do for this country. I am grateful for the “opportunity. I am proud to represent my country.”
“I did what was under my control. When I was young, I had no control.”
According to Sir Mo, he trusted his physical education teacher who helped him raise him in another family. Thanks to him he was able to obtain British citizenship and became his passport to be able to participate in sports.
Sir Mo is being greatly appreciated for articulating the matter with impunity.
Speaking to the BBC, he said: “I am happy to share the sufferings I have gone through, because I am who I am today thanks to them.”
Sir Mo said the purpose behind telling his story was to make people aware of the problems caused by human trafficking and slavery.
He said, “I didn’t know so many people are going through what I’ve been through. That shows how lucky I am.”
“My career was the reason I survived, and I’m different from the others.”
The BBC tried to talk to the woman who had brought Sir Mo here, but she refused to speak.
According to Sir Mo, “The team that made the documentary tried to talk to the woman but she didn’t want to say anything, that’s all I know. I’m not in touch with her, I don’t even want to be. she. “