Somali cheating on subsidies threatens Riks with the police

Published June 9, 2021 at 8:27 p.m.

In April, the Rajo Cultural Association was granted just over SEK 1.1 million in government grants by the National Agency for Education to provide 10,960 hours of homework help to children in the municipality in 2021.

Riks could, however, show that almost none of the people behind the association – including the alleged chairman “Jenna Sue” – exist in reality.

The activities that the association claims to have organized – including a “fat football tournament” – have not taken place either.

However, the vice chairman Mohamed Ibrahim Nor, a 33-year-old Somali living in Nynäshamn, turned out to exist and was also interviewed by Riks.

But after the feature was published, he contacted National Employee Isabelle Eriksson in a text message.

“Have you asked me to post my video on Youtube. No, so feel free to delete either, I will report you to the police,” the Somali writes.

National host Rebecka Fallenkvist has a hard time keeping herself from laughing when she reads out the text message.

– I just want to remind you that it is this man who conducts homework help. In Swedish, she says.

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