The Trials and Tribulations of Ahmed Dahab is the real-life story of one man’s experiences of wrongful imprisonment, miscarriage of justice, and mental and physical torture at the hands of the Kuwaiti legal system.
The author has created a competition to raise awareness of this injustice. Ahmed Dahab invites competition entrants to submit either a comment on the book, or a picture of the Kuwait Public Prosecutor, through the online submission form on his website. Winning entrants will receive £1,000 for the winning picture and £250 for the winning comment.
Winning submissions will be selected by Ahmed Dahab personally and all judging decisions are final. The competition began on the 9th March 2020 and will close on the 9th May 2020. Entrants from any country are welcome, but they must be aged 18 years or over. Only one entry per person will be accepted.
About Ahmed Dahab
Ahmed Dahab was born in 1978 in Sudan, moving to Kuwait at the age of 5. A highly successful businessman, Mr Dahab started his first business at the age of 19, making his first million pounds by 2011.
Even greater success followed, with Mr Dahab expanding his business interests and entering the real estate industry; in particular, through investing in a Turkish development. Nevertheless, his world came crashing down in 2016, when the Kuwait Public Prosecutor pursued his company on unfounded allegations of money laundering, resulting in his wrongful imprisonment and torture.
Find out more about Mr Dahab’s ordeal by reading The Trials and Tribulations of Ahmed Dahab.
Submit your entries here: https://www.ahmeddahab.org/competition/