Ibrahim has owned a coffee shop in his town since 2008. He’s 27 years old and is married with one child. His café is a well-known place where the villagers come to rest and enjoy their time with a good coffee taste and speciA. Lebanese tobacco.
Ibrahim is very thankful for his business because it allows the villagers to meet together. At the same time, it provides better life conditions for his family. Today, Ibrahim is requesting $1,000 to buy a new espresso machine.
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