A young woman turns a wagon into a fast food restaurant


27/4/2019 11:48:00
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The young woman Kharman Osman, a graduate of the English language department at the University of Sulaymaniyah, in cooperation with her brother Muhammad, opened a small project, which is to turn a moving vehicle into a small fast food restaurant.

 

Kharman decided to name the restaurant "black burger" after his distinctive black mark standing on the streets of Sulaymaniyah.

 

She explained that the idea won the approval of all the family and friends, while calling on young people to follow their example to build their own project, even if small.

 

Kharman Osman, owner of the project said to PUKmedia: "The idea came from my little sister that black hamburger bun is the most important part of our project," and "My sister and I thought about turning a moving vehicle into a small restaurant for fast food (hamburgers, potatoes and other appetizers) From 4 pm until 11 pm on Salem Street in downtown Sulaymaniyah.”

 

 

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