Ahmed Dahab is the author of The Trials and Tribulations of Ahmed Dahab, an autobiographical account of his experience at the hands of the Kuwait Public Prosecutor, a story of miscarriage of justice, wrongful imprisonment, and mental and physical torture.
Sudan-born Ahmed Dahab is an investor, entrepreneur and businessman. He relocated to Kuwait with his family at a young age. Growing up, Mr Dahab demonstrated strong business acumen, establishing a highly successful career as an entrepreneur and businessman.
Once he had accumulated enough wealth to start investing in real estate, Ahmed Dahab collaborated in a Turkish development project which turned out to be highly successful. However, not everyone shared his happiness about the project’s success, and it soon became clear that the Public Prosecutor was “out to get” him.
In 2016, a State Security Service officer accused Ahmed Dahab’s company of being involved in money laundering activities following an investigation lasting just 30 minutes. The Trials and Tribulations of Ahmed Dahab documents Mr Dahab’s first-hand experience of the torture, wrongful imprisonment and injustice that followed.
Ahmed Dahab has decided to stage a competition to raise awareness of this terrible injustice. He is inviting readers of his autobiography to either submit a picture of the Public Prosecutor or leave their comment on the story via the competition form on his website. The winning entrant in the picture competition will receive £1,000, and the winning commenter will receive £250.
The competition, which is open to entrants worldwide, closes on the 9th May 2020.
Submit your entries here: https://www.ahmeddahab.org/competition/