Ayshen is not married and lives with her children. She lives in the city of Baku. She is twenty years old and is studying in the university in extramural department. She has to pay for the university and works so she can pay her tuition. At this time she needs 2000 AZN to buy hygiene supplies for resale. She has been in the business of selling shampoo, soap, oils, and other products for two years.
Ayshen ne zamujem i jivet so svoimi roditelyami. Ona jivet v qorode Baku. Yey 20 let .ona uchitsya v univere na zaochnom fakultete u neyo universitet platniy ona rabotayet chtobi oplatit universitet.
Seycahs ona nujdayetsya v 2000 AZN chtobi kupit moyushiye sredstva dlya pereprodaji. V etom biznese prodaji shampunet milo balzamov i t.d ona uje 2 qoda.
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