Sir Mo Farah and Modern-day slavery

Why did Mo Farah only tell the truth now

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Sir Mo Farah was a domestic slave in Great Britain at the age of nine

Some details are not coherent. Sometimes. The Real Story is different.

Being trafficked away from his mother in Somaliland to work as a domestic slave for a family that he didn’t know in the UK.

1 Olympic champion Mo Farah reveals he was trafficked as a child | Nightline

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14 jul. 2022

Olympic gold medalist and long-distance runner Mo Farah revealed he was trafficked to England and forced into servitude as a child in the new Red Bull Studios/BBC documentary “The Real Mo Farah.”

2 The Real Mo Farah BBC Documentary (full)

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19 jul. 2022

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The Real Mo Farah Contains some upsetting scenes. Sir Mo Farah reveals the shocking truth about his childhood, the journey he made from Somaliland to the UK as a young boy, and the subsequent years that led to him winning two gold medals at the London 2012 Olympics.

Sir Mo Farah reveals he was trafficked to the UK at age nine.


Modern day slavery as it still exist today.

What is modern slavery?

“We were only there to work. It felt like I was in jail”. Laboni, Nepal.

Human trafficking

(particularly child trafficking) is the most horrendous and atrocious human vices.

What happened to Sir Mo Farah is

the tip of the iceberg

of something that happens to a child on a baffling way.


Sir Mo broke the silence only 30 years on!

Please watch ‘The Real Mo Farah BBC Documentary’ above.

Sir Mo Farah is a British long-distance runner who has achieved numerous accolades throughout his career. Here are some of the key points of his career and achievements:

  1. Early life: Sir Mo Farah was born in Somalia in 1983 and moved to the UK with his family when he was eight years old.

  2. Athletics career: Farah began his athletics career in the early 2000s and quickly became a dominant force in long-distance running. He has won numerous titles in both track and cross-country events.

  3. Olympic success: Farah is perhaps best known for his success at the Olympic Games. He won gold medals in both the 5,000m and 10,000m events at both the 2012 and 2016 Olympic Games, becoming the first British athlete to win four Olympic gold medals.

  4. World Championships: Farah has also had considerable success at the World Championships, winning gold medals in the 5,000m and 10,000m events in 2011, 2013, 2015, and 2017.

  5. Marathon debut: In 2014, Farah made his debut in the marathon, finishing eighth in the London Marathon with a time of 2:08:21.

  6. Knighthood: In 2017, Farah was awarded a knighthood in recognition of his services to athletics.

  7. Personal bests: Farah’s personal bests include a time of 12:53.11 in the 5,000m and 26:46.57 in the 10,000m, both of which are British records.

CNN Freedom Project- West Africa Slavery

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14 jan. 2014

CNN’s Vladimir Duthiers examines the conditions that permit so many people to be enslaved in West Africa today.

3 Malala Yousafzai – The right to learning should be given to any child

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5 Malala Yousafzai Accepts the 2014 Liberty Medal

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Malala Yousafzai’s acceptance speech at the 2014 Liberty Medal Ceremony at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia on October 21, 2014. Award presented by Jeffrey Rosen, President and CEO of the National Constitution Center.

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