Mo Farah’s brother who was jailed for knife attack is deported to Somaliland

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Mo Farah’s brother who was jailed for knife assault is deported to Somalia after spending 4 years in jail for his crime

  • Ahmed Farah, 30, was despatched to his birthplace by British authorities after jail
  • He served four-and-a-half years and was on House Workplace’s radar for 2 years 
  • He now says he would really like the possibility to return to the UK after his deportation 

Ahmed Farah, 30, (pictured) was despatched to his birthplace by British authorities after he was free of jail

The brother of athletics legend Mo Farah has been deported to Somalia and resides a lifetime of poverty on the streets after serving four-years in jail for false imprisonment.

Ahmed Farah, 30, was despatched to his birthplace by British authorities after he was free of jail for a knife raid in Southall, west London in 2010.

He served four-and-a-half years and was on the House Workplace’s radar for 2 years earlier than being deported.

He now says he would really like the possibility to return to the UK.

Talking to the Sunday Mirror he stated: ‘I made an enormous mistake, however why ought to I be double punished for one thing I’ve accomplished?

‘It is like they’re saying ‘Do the jail time but in addition do additional detention and be deported’.’

Ahmed says he has not spoken to Mo for 10 years and does not maintain a grudge however wonders whether or not his brother’s movie star standing counted in opposition to him.

He added that he was pleased with Mo and all the things he has achieved and that he had nothing to do together with his deportation.

Talking in regards to the crime he dedicated he stated if he had recognized what the end result would have been he would have acted otherwise on the evening of the incident.

In 2011 Ahmed was jailed for false imprisonment over his involvement in a knife raid the earlier yr.

He was launched on licence in 2014 however was not a British citizen and had his paperwork confiscated.

Ahmed says he has not spoken to Mo (pictured) for 10 years and does not maintain a grudge however wonders whether or not his brother’s movie star standing counted in opposition to him

Ahmed claims the authorities took all his papers – his NI quantity and all the things that might have let him work.

Then in August 2016 officers detained him and triggered the deportation course of, sending him again to the place him and Mo have been born – which is the fourth poorest nation on this planet.

Ahmed says he struggled to adapt when he needed to stay in Africa, after spending most of his life in London.

He stayed in a lodge for some time and moved from couch to couch as he discovered his toes.

The 30-year-old – who hasn’t seen his household in three years – says he desires of opening a restaurant and needs to make a reputation for himself.

Ahmed was three and Mo was eight once they and one other brother, Wahib, moved to the UK with their father Muktar in 1991.

Herald

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