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    Mouhamed Codmani Cafe Amoura Mouhamed landed in Bankstown almost by accident. “I was walking through the plaza and I saw the shop I now own and I just thought I’d love to own that. I quit my job three weeks later and I was lying on the couch and I thought I’m going to go back there and talk to the owner and he said it was for sale. Now I am here 9 years later!” Mouhamed has always had a passion for customer service and hospitality. He had long had a dream of owning his own business. “It was hard at the start, after the first six months I wanted to give it up, the pressure and stress of running your own business. Lucky I didn’t give it up as it all came together and its working out great now.” “Bankstown is so multicultural, all the different walks of life, I get along with anybody, I make a bad situation into a good situation. Sure there are some small dramas around, people who don’t know Bankstown think it’s dangerous but I feel it is a very safe area and its a really nice area.” On an average day Mouhamed will chat with people from with all walks of life, labourers, business and corporate people and just people hanging out. “I hear a lot of stories…I love the stories, I love my job. I can’t stand the thought of being somewhere else. I enjoy the people too much and I don’t think I could find this anywhere else.”