M. Pascal, aged thirty-five years old, has a family of six members, that is, four children, his wife, and himself. He is operating a retail/wholesale shop located at Tawakan stores in Kasese Town. He has been in his business so far for five years. He is requesting the loan to purchase retail items such as soap, basins, plates, cooking oil, etc for more profit return. He dreams of developing his shop and he wishes to try his level best to work hard for his business expansion.
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