For ten years, Zubairi has been a businessman with a fish-selling business and also a secondhand clothes business in Iganga and Bugembe respectively. Both businesses have grown and he is able to make 20,000/= and 80,000/= as profits from the businesses. Zubairi needs a loan to be able to buy more clothes to sell and to buy more fish since an increased stock increases sales.
Zubairi is a friendly and a hardworking man and his goal is to have more businesses like rearing goats and poultry so that he could have more income; and for the goats, he plans to buy a plot where he will be able to keep them. He also strives to educate all his children.
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