Bamu Group 2, Jinja
Musa has sold tomatoes from Amber court market for twelve years and his biggest challenge is the fluctuating price of produce although he is able to make 80,000/= as profits a week. He has good customer care skills and this, in addition to the quality of his tomatoes, makes a plus for him.
Musa hopes to expand his business as well as own a car for his business plus build a house for his family. He is a hardworking and friendly man and he wishes to increase his business capital by having more produce for resale.
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