Leicester city's Kurdish Barber returns to his hometown in Sulaymaniyah

Hardi Karim, Kurdish young man from a town in Sulaymaniyah and barber of the city of Leicester in the UK, has returned home to continue his works at his beloved town. 


Karim, originally from the town of Said Sadiq 52.8 km southeast of Sulaymaniyah, has immigrated to UK from a young age and lived there for a long period.


He worked as a barber and famous athletes were his clients such as Wes Morgan, Riyad Mahrez, Adam Smith

and Anthony Knockaert.


Karim  has International Barbering Certificate and he is currently living in Said Sadiq town and has decided to offer free stylish haircuts to the footballers of the Said Sadiq F.C..


He also gives haircuts for anyone who wishes at his per...
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