Ludya was born in 1958 and she is married to Mr. John Boswony. They have seven children: Julia, 28; Pamela, 25; Sammy, 24, (University Student); Dorine, 20, (secondary student); Carolyne, 18, (secondary student ); Ronald, 16; and Hazael, 12, (in primary school).
Ludya is a farmer; she plants vegetables, maize and Irish potatoes. She started this farming business in 1989, and she earns a monthly profit of Kshs 10,000. She also gets Kshs. 2,000 per month from other sources of income. Her clients are mostly residents of Timboiywo centre.
Ludya has not borrowed from another source before Kadet. A friend introduced her to Kadet Ltd. She has borrowed an agriculture loan worth Kshs. 60,000 from Kadet Ltd. and she intends to buy farm inputs to help her grow maize. This includes maize seeds and fertilizers. If this loan boosts her business, Ludya plans to use the extra profit to pay school fees.
She dreams of purchasing more land, and she describes herself as polite and hardworking.
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