World News – GB – I’m A Celeb’s Mo Farah 10-year split from Siken crime brother who has been deported


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I’m a celebrity. . . Get me out of here, the brother of the star, Mohamed Farah Ahmed, was imprisoned for a knife raid in 2010 before he was expelled from the UK

Sir Mo Farah is no stranger to the headlines thanks to his record-breaking career as an Olympic runner..

But I’m a celebrity. . . Get me out of here, superstar brother Ahmed Farah also became a regular in the newspapers when he was jailed for fake jail for his involvement in a knife raid in 2010.

He served four and a half years before he was expelled from the country and returned to his hometown in Somalia, as the Sunday Mirror previously revealed.

Last year, an angry Ahmed said that while he wasn’t expecting sympathy, he wanted an opportunity to show that he had been repaired before being returned to the collapsed state plagued by floods and famines.

« I made a huge mistake, but why should I be punished twice for something I did? ».

« It’s as if they were saying ‘spend time in jail but also do extra detention and you’ll be deported’. They say « I committed a crime, I put this person through it and they will have to live through it for the rest of their lives ».

“But I didn’t have the opportunity to show that I’m fixed. It was my first time in prison. They didn’t give me a chance to prove that I had changed.

Ahmed claimed that he had not spoken to Mo for 10 years but said he had no grudges.

He added, “I am proud of Mo and all that he has achieved. Mo has nothing to do with my deportation.

About his crime he continued: “Years ago, if they said it would be the result, I would have acted differently that night..

“I’m just 20 years old. I can’t blame anything. You made a mistake. I had to work at the age of 16 so that my younger brother could have food, clothes and all this stuff.

“When Mo was around, he was an older brother to me, but I had to learn everything myself.

Ahmed recalled his fear of being sent to Africa after having lived most of his life in London.

He continued, “I was scared. I was thrown into a place that was completely alien to me. It was a shock to the system. I had absolutely no plan, not a penny and no family in sight.

“I slept in a hotel for a while. In the end, I found my uncle, who welcomed me. I stayed with him for a while.

“I’m 4,000 miles away from my family. I haven’t seen my family in three years. My mom, my brother, my blood.

Ahmed was 3 years old and Mo was 8 when they moved with another brother, Waheeb, to the UK with their father Mukhtar in 1991..

Mo’s twin brother Hassan remained in Somalia, where the civil war was raging. In England, siblings separated from each other after Ahmed’s younger brother Mahad was born in 1994.

The family suffered racist abuse and the Mukhtar took the three young boys to live in another council building with their mother, Nimco.

Mo stayed with his aunt Kinsey in Hanworth, southwest London – where his father felt she was better able to support his athletic ambition.

Mo still visited the little boys, who served him every week. But as he was making his way towards the glory of 5,000 and 10,000 meters, they gradually lost contact.

Mo is now married and has three children with his wife, Tania. They have a home in London and spend most of their time training in the United States.

Mo’s spokesperson did not respond to requests for comment when contacted by the Sunday Mirror at the time.

The Ministry of Interior said: “Mr. Farah’s deportation has been delayed because he has submitted a number of legal appeals and challenges. He would have voluntarily returned to Somalia at any time.

« Foreign nationals who abuse our hospitality by committing crimes in the United Kingdom should not have any doubts about our intention to deport them at the earliest opportunity.. We have removed more than 50,000 foreign offenders since 2010.

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