Mezher studied business in college.
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While many other 25-year-olds are on summer vacation or at the beach basking in the sun, Ibrahim Mezher is hard at work trying to build a bright future for his ancestral village of Bqosta. Mezher, who studied business in college, was elected as what he believes is the youngest mayor in Lebanon. A new beginning is exactly what Mezher plans on giving his municipality.Mezher moved from Beirut to his family village five years ago.Mezher is young but has a clear message for anyone who doubts his ability.As well as the historical site, the village of Bqosta has a number of other cultural attractions.
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